F1 2011 driver salaries revealed – who earns most?

With this data, we see that for the third consecutive year that Fernando Alonso is on top of the list and followed by Michael Schumache and Lewis Hamilton. The two-time world champion Sebastian Vettel is fourth with a leap and a significant difference in revenues has done Jenson Button who redeems his move to McLaren. Worth mentioning is the fact that the first three have a drop in earnings of around € 4-5 million mainly due to reduced advertising contracts and the decline in derivatives.
Note that the 26 drivers who participated in the championship of 2011, earnings are 8 of them are directly related to any sponsored or budget of the team so it is very difficult to calculate. Thus, the remaining 18 drivers are listed as follows:
1. Fernando Alonso: 35 million €
2. Michael Schumacher: 31 million €
3. Lewis Hamilton: 29,5 million €
4. Sebastian Vettel: 18,5 million €
5. Jenson Button: 14,1 million €
6. Nico Rosberg: 12,2 million €
7. Felipe Massa: 12 million €
8. Mark Webber: 9 M €
9. Jarno Trulli: 4,5 million €
10. Heikki Kovalainen: 3,5 million €
11. Rubens Barichello: 2,7 million €
12. Nick Heidfeld: 2,5 million €
13. Timo Glock: 2,2 million €
14. Kamui Kobayashi: 1,3 million €
15. Adrian Sutil: 1,1 million €
16. Jaime Alguersuari: 0,8 million €
17. Sebastian Buemi: 0,4 million €
18. Tonio Liuzzi: 0,2 million €

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