Max Verstappen’s Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements
When Max Verstappen entered Formula One, he began to break all sorts of records. He succeeded Sebastian Vettel as the youngest ever winner in 2016 when he won the Spanish GP.
He made his F1 debut with Toro Rosso in 2015 alongside Carlos Sainz Jr. In 2016, he would remain with the team, until the Spanish Grand Prix. That was when Red Bull elected to demote then Red Bull driver Daniil Kvyat and replace him with Verstappen.
He is the youngest driver to start a race, score points, race leader, podium finisher and youngest to set a fastest lap. Sadly, the one record that eluded him was the Youngest pole sitter, a record that still belongs to Sebastian Vettel.
When he replaced Daniil Kvyat at the Spanish GP, he repaid Red Bull’s faith in him by winning his very first race with them.
Max Verstappen’s Endorsements
The Dutchman is one of the highest paid F1 drivers this year. His 2018 salary was reportedly estimated around $10 million. This placed him very close to the likes of Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and even Fernando Alonso.
His main sponsors are Jumbo Supermarkets, Ziggo and Exact. Though it is unclear how much he is worth through endorsements.
Foundations and Charity Work
Like most F1 drivers, Verstappen has participated in charity football events. He is also part of the Charity Stars and raced in a Red Bull-sponsored charity event in 2017.
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