For a start he has probably won at least five times as many races - so maybe he has earned it? Although one of his "victories" should have been disallowed in Abu Dhabi 2021.
Max Verstappen's salary is over five times that of Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez as the Dutch world champion zooms clear of Lewis Hamilton in
Max Verstappen has zoomed away in the Forbes Formula One earnings list just as he's raced away in this year's championship. A new list of F1 driver salaries has revealed Verstappen's $55million [£44.65m] salary is over five times that of his Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez. Having topped both this leaderboard and the championship one for several years, Lewis Hamilton now come a quite distant second to Verstappen with a Mercedes salary of $35m [£28.4m]. The Forbes list has Ferrari's Charles Leclerc in third with annual earnings of $24m [£19.5m] and Lando Norris of McLaren fourth on $20m [£16.24m]. Carlos Sainz of ... (full story)
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