Yuki Tsunoda

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Yuki Tsunoda: Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements

Japan?s pride and joy in Formula 1, other than the sport, Yuki Tsunoda is deeply passionate about video games and food. A man with colorful language that has gotten him in trouble initially, Tsunoda?s rookie season has been a stunning example of growth.

Tsunoda started his journey to the premier league in 2016, making his appearance at the Suzuka round of the Japanese F4 championship. He won 10 races in the series, with a remarkable 18 podium appearances, 12 positions, and five fastest laps. A curriculum vitae that is bound to impress anyone. After winning the title in 2018, he was rightly given a place on the Red Bull Junior Team and the Honda Formula Dream project.

These accomplishments boosted him to the FIA F3 feeder series in 2019. After an impressive season in F3, he moved up to F2 in 2020, where he proved to be a driver of great potential.

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Tsunoda was on an upward trajectory. In 2020, with 3 victories and regular podium appearances, the Japanese driver stood in the title fight till the end, losing the crown by a mere 15 points. Nonetheless, he was graced with the Rookie of the Year Award to make up for it.

An eye-catching career behind him, Tsunoda was given a seat in the Red Bull junior team, Alpha Tauri, alongside the illustrious Pierre Gasly in 2021.

Career stats

In his first season with the pinnacle of motorsport, Tsunoda finished 14th in the championship, with a respectable 32 points to his name. Throughout the season, Tsunoda showed off his impeccable skills as a defender; the driver had given the likes of Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso a tough time in his rookie season. His best finish came in the final race of the season, with a spectacular P4 in the Abu Dhabi GP.

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Thus, it looks like Red Bull believes they have the chance to hone the first Japanese Champion in the sport.

Yuki Tsunoda Net worth

Bringing a lot to the sport, Tsunoda brings a lot of weight to himself and the team in terms of monetary benefits.

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He is presumed to have a net worth of $4.2 million. This would include his salary, which is around ?$915,000, and multiple sponsorships. Honda and Honda Cars backed the driver, who has been under the Honda Dream Project since 2016. Further, names like CrossFit La C?te, Protex, and Maeski Geinosha?find themselves on the driver's sponsorship list.

Personal life

The driver is the only driver heading to the 2022 season born in the 2000s. He is also the shortest driver on the grid, with a height of 160cm. He was born in Sagamihara, Japan, having only recently moved to the European continent. His father was a mechanic, thus sparking his appetite for speed and moto racing.? Tsunoda is an avid football player, with a deep-rooted love for food. Passionate about Japanese food, the 21-year-old found his interest in cooking after leaving his hometown.

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Further, video games are an unavoidable part of Tsunoda's lifestyle, who is often heard screaming at his screen while playing Call of Duty. The driver is currently single, free of any official or rumored girlfriends.

Driver Contact details

Yuki Tsunoda has an official website that can be used to get to know the driver better.

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Tsunoda is also active on all social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Date of Birth11/05/2000
Drive Number22
Marital StatusSingle
ResidenceMilton Keynes
EndorsementsHonda, Maeski Geinosha, Protex, Arai Helmet, Platz, Honda Cars
Annual Salary$915,000
Height160 cm



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