From Lewis Hamilton to Michael Schumacher: Top 5 most expensive houses of Formula 1 drivers

F1 Drivers make millions through their phenomenal careers in the sports industry and own some of the most 
luxurious homes.

So let's take a look at the top five most expensive houses of Formula 1 drivers.

Lewis Hamilton
$57 Million

Hamilton owns four properties, but the most expensive one lies in Manhattan. The Briton purchased the Manhattan penthouse from a building partly owned by Tom Brady. The estimated worth of this penthouse is a mind-boggling $57 Million.

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Michael Schumacher
$36 Million

Michael Schumacher owns a luxurious villa in Mallorca, Spain. The property was previously owned by Real Madrid president Florentino Perez and was purchased by Schumacher's wife in 2017. The estimated worth of a 15,000 sqm villa is $36 Million.

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Kimi Raikkonen
$36 Million

The 2007 world champion, Kimi Raikkonen leads quite a luxurious life. The Finnish driver owns a luxury mansion in Baar, a village near Zurich in Switzerland. Called 'Butterfly' the estimated worth of Raikkonen's house is 
$36 Million.

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Daniel Ricciardo
$13 Million

The Australian driver owns a mansion in a city of Los Angeles known as Beverly Hills. The two-story vision of glass, pale wood, and plenty of sun-soaked decking, Honey Badger bought the place in November 2019. And its estimated worth is a whopping $13 Million.

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Sebastian Vettel
$7 Million

The four-time world champion and current Aston Martin driver, Sebastian Vettel has a luxurious home in Switzerland that is more of a country farmhouse estate. This farmhouse is worth $7 million and is in Thurgau Canton, 

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