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Sebastian Vettel signed contract deal with Aston martin until 2022

Sebastian Vettel Salary with Astin martin is around $15 million. Formula 1 racer took a pay cut with his deal with Ferrari worth $40 million a year. His stint with Ferrari ended with a disappointment for both racer and the team. He finished at the 13th position with mere 33 points.

Below are Sebastian Vettel’s contract details with Aston Martin and how much money he makes both on & off the track.

Sebastian Vettel-$15 million a year

AGE34
F1 TeamAston Martin
Current Contract2021 with the option to extend
Yearly Salary$15m
Net worth$140 Million
Yearly Sponsorship Earnings $300,000 
Carrer F1 Titles4 (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)

  1. Current contract with Astin Martin
    After having a disaster season of 2020 with Ferrari, Sebastian Terminetd his contract with the team. He took a pay cut of $25 million to signed a one year contract (with an option to extend) deal worth $15 million, excluding bonuses.
  2. Sebastian Vettel F1Short Career histroy
    The German racer first entery was in 2007 United states Grand Prix. First win came in 2008 Italian Grand prix. However his last entery was in 2021 saudi Arabian Grand prix. He has total 3061 career points.
  3. Formula 1 championship Record
    The formula 1 racer won four stargiht championships with Red Bull from 2010-2013. He has more carrer wins then anyother racer except Lewis Hamilton or Michael Schumacher.

Sebastian Vettel signed a 1-year contract deal with Astin martin with the option to extend for another year. The four-time Formula 1 championship winner is all set to race for another year.

FAQs Regarding Sebastian Vettel Salary

Q. How much was his last contract worth with Ferrari?

A. Sebastian Vettel’s last contract was worth $40 million per year.

Q. How much Aston Martin is paying him now?

A. Aston Martin signed a deal of $15 million per year with Sebastian.

Q. How many F1 championships Did Sebastian win?

A. Four straight championships from 2010-2013 with Red Bull.

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