Sebastian Vettel’s Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel is a 4-time Formula One world champion. All four of his championships have come with Red Bull Racing. He made his debut in 2007 in a one-off appearance as a replacement for an injured Robert Kubica. In the same year, he joined the Toro Rosso team, replacing Scott Speed.
He would remain with the Toro Rosso for the following season before moving to Red Bull in 2009. The German remained with the Austrian outfit until 2014 and joined Ferrari in the following year.
With regard to on-track achievements, he took the title of Youngest Polesitter from Lewis Hamilton and also became the Youngest Winner in the same race. On a damp Monza, Vettel stunned many when he planted the unheralded Toro Rosso on pole. He would go on to win the race, his first of many.
When he moved to Red Bull in 2009, he finished 2nd in the championship behind Jenson Button. A year later, he would clinch his maiden championship and go on to bag three more. But from 2014, onwards, he had to contend with Lewis Hamilton.
Sebastian Vettel’s Endorsements
He is endorsed by the likes of watch brand, Casio, car manufacturer Infiniti & clothing brand Pepe Jeans. The German driver is reportedly worth $500,000 in endorsements alone.
His net worth is reportedly estimated to be around $55 million. He also ranks 18th in the Forbes list of richest people.
Foundations and Charity Work
Vettel supports two main charities, Champions for Charity and United Charity. His support is mainly focused around children’s welfare and also sports.
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