Formula 1: Aston Martin’s Alonso deal details – salary and term | Formula 1 News

Shortly after Sebastian Vettel introduced his retirement on the finish of the season, Aston Martin introduced Fernando Alonso as Heppenheimer’s successor. The Spaniard receives a princely salary for his dedication.

At least that is what a British portal stories formula1news.co.uk. According to the report, Alonso ought to pocket the equal of round 17.5 million euros per 12 months. However, the Asturian will earn lower than his present employer Alpine however greater than Vettel, presently with Aston Martin. Alonso presently collects round 19.5 million euros per season from the French racing crew.

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Salaries in Formula 1 to click on *

  1. Yuki Tsunoda (Alpha Tauri): About 675,000 euros
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    Yuki Tsunoda (Alpha Tauri): round 740,000 euros © Imago
  2. Guanyu Zhou (Alfa Romeo): about 900,000 euros.
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    Guanyu Zhou (Alfa Romeo): about 980,000 euros © Imago
  3. Nicolas Latifi (Williams): Around 900,000 euros
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    Nicolas Latifi (Williams): roughly 980,000 euros © Imago
  4. Mick Schumacher (Haas): About 900,000 euros
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    Mick Schumacher (Haas): roughly 980,000 euros © Imago
  5. Alexander Albon (Williams): Around 1.8 million euros
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    Alexander Albon (Williams): roughly 2 million euros © Imago
  6. Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri): Around 4.5 million euros.
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    Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri): round 4.9 million euros © Imago
  7. Esteban Ocon (Alpine): Around 4.5 million euros
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    Esteban Ocon (Alpine): round 4.9 million euros © Imago
  8. George Russell (Mercedes): Around 4.5 million euros.
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    George Russell (Mercedes): round 4.9 million euros © Imago
  9. Place 8: Kevin Magnussen (Haas) - Average age: 2.64
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    Kevin Magnussen (Haas): roughly 5.9 million euros © Imago
  10. Sergio Perez (Red Bull): Around 7.2 million euros
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    Sergio Perez (Red Bull): round 7.9 million euros © Imago
  11. Lance Stroll (Aston Martin): Around 9 million euros.
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    Lance Stroll (Aston Martin): roughly 9.8 million euros © Imago
  12. Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo): Around 9 million euros.
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    Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo): round 9.8 million euros © Imago
  13. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari): Around 9 million euros.
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    Carlos Sainz (Ferrari): round 9.8 million euros © Imago
  14. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari): Around 11 million euros.
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    Charles Leclerc (Ferrari): roughly 11.8 million euros © Imago
  15. Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin): Around 13.5 million euros.
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    Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin): roughly 14.7 million euros © Imago
  16. Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren): Around 13.5 million euros.
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    Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren): roughly 14.7 million euros © Imago
  17. Fernando Alonso (Alpine): Around 18 million euros
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    Fernando Alonso (Alpine): round 19.6 million euros © Imago
  18. Lando Norris (McLaren): Around 18.5 million euros.
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    Lando Norris (McLaren): round 19.6 million euros © Imago
  19. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes): Around 36 million Euros (Source: Spotrac.com).
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    Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes): round 39.3 million euros (updated supply: Spotrac.com/ conversion fee greenback/euro as of August 4) © Imago
  20. Max Verstappen (Red Bull): between 40 and 50 million euros (source: De Telegraaf).
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    Max Verstappen (Red Bull): Between 40 and 50 million euros (Source: De Telegraaf) © Imago

Alonso is glad to simply accept this small dip within the salary space, as Aston Martin has apparently introduced him with an extended-term contract. This ought to final three years – and that is what was essential to Alonso. A number of weeks in the past, the Spaniard stated that SkyThat he desires to proceed driving in Formula 1 for no less than two extra years.

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Fernando Alonso talks about his future in Formula 1. The Spaniard desires to proceed however has not but spoken to his crew.

However, since Alpine didn’t need to make this concession, however – as was heard – solely provided the choice of a second season along with a second 12 months within the cockpit, they finally parted methods.

Alpine chaos after Alonso’s departure

With his departure from the Alpine, the Spaniards stimulated a sensational improvement. A day later, Alpine introduced that younger driver Oscar Piastri would take over the cockpit alongside Esteban Ocon. However, the younger Australian denied this on the identical day and said that he wouldn’t be driving for Alpine subsequent season.

*Source: Spotrac.com/ Dollar to Euro conversion fee as of August 04, 2022

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