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Max Verstappen Net Worth

Max Verstappen

What is the net worth of Max Verstappen?

$60 Million

Max Verstappen is a Belgian-Dutch racing driver possessing a huge net worth of $60 million who currently competes in Formula One for Red Bull Racing under the Dutch flag.

When he was 17 years, 166 days old, he became the youngest driver to compete in Formula One at the 2015 Australian Grand Prix.

Quick Facts About Max Verstappen

Max Verstappen Net Worth$60 Million
Salary (Red Bull)$42 Million (estimated)
Full NameMax Emilian Verstappen
Date of Birth30 September 1997
Age24
Height5 ft 9 in (1.8 m)
GenderMale
NationalityDutch
ProfessionRacing Driver
Relationship StatusDating
GirlfriendKelly Piquet

Max Verstappen Earnings, Career, Bio, and More

Despite his young age and brief career, his racing experience has resulted in a net worth of about $60 million. He also earns a lot of money as a result of his numerous endorsements. However, with the significant increase in compensation in 2021, his net worth could skyrocket. The Dutchman is speculated to be paid an on-track salary of $42 million, plus $17 million in bonuses as per his recent contract with Red Bull until 2023.

He endorses a variety of businesses and is sponsored by several well-known companies. Jumbo Supermarkets, Ziggo, Red Bull, G-Star Raw, and CarNext.com are just a few of the brands that support him.

On October 11, 2013, he had his first taste of racing at the Pembrey Circuit. In a Barazi-Epsilon FR2.0–10 Formula Renault vehicle, he completed 160 laps. It was reported on January 16, 2014, that he would make his racing debut in the Florida Winter Series. He won his first formula race at Palm Beach International Raceway on February 5th, during the second race weekend, after starting from pole. He won his second race at Homestead–Miami Speedway on February 19th, defeating Nicholas Latifi by 0.004 seconds.

After testing a Formula Renault 3.5 vehicle, he joined the Red Bull Junior Team in August 2014. He became the youngest driver to compete in a Grand Prix weekend when he took part in the first free practice session at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix. He ran in points-scoring positions in his maiden race until an engine issue forced him to retire.

Following the Russian Grand Prix on May 5, 2016, Red Bull announced that he would replace Daniil Kvyat starting with the Spanish Grand Prix. He had six top-five results, including four podiums, in his first eight races with Red Bull.

He retired seven times in the first 14 races of the 2017 season, four owing to technical issues and three due to first-lap incidents in Spain, Austria, and Singapore. However, he finished third in China and finished fourth or fifth in five additional events.

He had a series of successes starting with the Malaysian Grand Prix. At the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix, he won his second Formula One race. The Mexican Grand Prix was his third Formula One victory.

With 249 points, he finished fourth in the 2018 championship, with two victories, eleven podium finishes, and two fastest laps.

Following Red Bull’s switch from customer Renault to works Honda power units for the 2019 season, he would be powered by Honda from then on. With 278 points, he ended the 2019 season in the third position in the championship, his best finish to date. He won three races, finished on the podium nine times, won two pole positions, and set three fastest laps.

He extended his contract with Red Bull Racing through the end of 2023 in 2020. With 214 points, he finished the 2020 season in the third position in the championship. He won two races, finished on the podium eleven times, won one pole position, and set three fastest laps.

In 2021, his wins list includes Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix, Styria Grand Prix, French Grand Prix, Monaco Grand Prix, Austrian Grand Prix, Dutch Grand Prix, Mexico City grand Prix, United States Grand Prix, and Belgian Grand Prix.

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Max Verstappen Relationship and Personal Life

He is currently in a romantic relationship with his girlfriend, Kelly Piquet who is the daughter of three-time Formula One world champion Nelson Piquet. By publishing on their official social media accounts, they made their relationship official. They also shared a photo on their Instagram account on New Year’s Day, in which they can be seen celebrating on the beach.

In terms of his previous relationship, he ended his long-term engagement with Dilara Sanlik towards the end of 2020. Sanlik was frequently seen in the F1 paddock on race weekends when they started dating in 2017.

Max Verstappen Early Life, Family, and Education

He was born in Hasselt, Belgium, on September 30, 1997, and has a younger sister named Victoria. His father, Jos Verstappen, is a former Formula One driver from the Netherlands, his Belgian mother, Sophie Kumpen, participated in karting, and his first cousin is a two-time NASCAR Whelen Euro Series winner who now works as the team manager for PK Carport in the Euro Series.

He spent more time with his father than his mother due to his karting activities and grew up in Maaseik surrounded by Dutch people. He started karting when he was four years old. He competed in his province’s Mini Junior championship. He moved up to the Rotax Max Minimax class in 2006 and won the Belgian championship.

Interesting Facts About Max Verstappen

  • As of November 2021, he has around 6.1 million followers on his Instagram account.
  • He raced in Formula One for more than a season before turning 18 and getting his driver’s license.
  • He became the first Dutch Formula One driver to qualify for the Hungarian Grand Prix on 3 August 2019, setting a new lap record at the Hungaroring.
  • After winning the Monaco Grand Prix on May 23, 2021, he became the first Dutch Formula One driver to lead the World Championship.
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