Lewis Hamilton 2023 – Net Worth, Salary, Records and Endorsements

Lewis Hamilton is considered to be the greatest F1 driver of all time and here are his net worth, salary, final records and endorsements

Lewis Hamilton Facts

Birth Place Stevenage, England
Father’s Name Anthony Hamilton
Mother’s Name Carmen Larbalestier
Star Sign Capricorn
Education The John Henry Newman School
Net Worth (2023) $285 Million
Salary (2023) $50 Million
Age 37
Date of Birth January 7, 1985
Height (cm) 174
Weight (kg) 73kg
Nationality British
F1 Debut 2007
Teams McLaren (2007-2013), Mercedes (2013-present)
F1 Race Wins 103
F1 Pole Positions 103
F1 Championship Wins 7
Achievements Most Championship wins in F1 history (tied with Michael Schumacher), Most race wins (98), Most Pole Positions (100)
Girlfriends (Ex) Nicole Scherzinger (2007-2015), Barbara Palvin, Rita Ora, Nicki Minaj, Sofia Richie, Winnie Harlow, Rihanna
Children N/A
Social Media Instagram, Twitter
Endorsements Puma, Tommy Hilfiger, Monster Energy, Sony, Gran Turismo Sport

Lewis Hamilton is one of the, if not the greatest F1 driver of all time. He has won the F1 championship a gobsmacking 7 times, something which only Michael Schumacher has achieved.

The Brit has the most career wins, 103. Not even Schumacher was able to reach 98 career wins.

He started off his career with the McLaren F1 team in 2007, when he was just 22 years old. He is also the first and only black racer in the history of F1.

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He currently races for the Mercedes F1 team alongside teammate Valtteri Bottas.

Lewis Hamilton Net worth and Salary

Lewis Hamilton has a massive net worth of $285 million, thanks to his incredible F1 career. He is ranked a staggering number 13 in the Forbes List of World’s Highest-Paid Athletes for the year 2020.

The salary Hamilton receives annually as of May 2020 is estimated to be around a whopping $50 million per year. Plus, ‘the Billion Dollar Man’ earns $12 million from endorsements alone. He recently extended his contract with Mercedes for the 2021 season and is currently with them.

Hamilton is the richest British sports star in the history of the Sunday Times Rich List.

Lewis Hamilton F1 career

Arguably the greatest ever F1 driver, probably if we take Michael Schumacher out of the equation. Until today, he is the only black driver in the history of F1.

He made his debut for the McLaren F1 team in 2007, and finished as the runner-up in the very first season.

He continued his success into the year 2008, as he won his first title in dramatic fashion, by one point. Who would forget the iconic line of Martin Brundle on-air – IS THAT GLOCK GOING SLOWLY?

The next few seasons were quite dry as he failed to win the championship. He finished 4th, 5th and 4th in 2010, 2011 and 2012 seasons respectively.

Hamilton joined the Mercedes in 2013, replacing Michael Schumacher, who had then announced his retirement. He finished 4th in his first season with Mercedes.

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Lewis Hamilton will miss the second Bahrain Grand Prix due to a positive Covid-19 test result
Winner Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP celebrates in parc ferme during the F1 Grand Prix of Bahrain at Bahrain International Circuit on November 29, 2020 in Bahrain, Bahrain. (Photo by Hamad Mohammed – Pool/Getty Images)

Following the introduction of turbo-hybrid engines, Hamilton’s success reached new heights. He won both the 2014 and 2015 seasons, as the Mercedes dominated the sport, but also gave rise to an internal rivalry between Hamilton and his teammate Nico Rosberg.

Hamilton lost the title 5 points to his teammate Rosberg in 2016, after which Rosberg announced his retirement.

Following Rosberg’s retirement, it was time for Vettel-Hamilton rivalry, as Hamilton won a closely contested 2017 season.

The 2018 season was even closer, with Vetter leading for the large part of the tournament, before Hamilton surged with 6 wins out of the last 7 races to win back-to-back titles.

He won both the 2019 and 2020 seasons with ease, fending off challenges from teammate Valtteri Bottas, Max Verstappen, Charles LeClerc, to name a few.

Lewis Hamilton family and relationships

Lewis Hamilton was born on the 7th of January in 1985 to father Anthony Hamilton and mother Carmen Larbalestier. He has two older half-sisters, Samantha and Nicola, and a half-brother Nicolas.

Hamilton was in a much-publicized relationship with Pussycat Dolls lead singer Nicole Scherzinger. The pair were going strong until 2010, when they decided to split in order to focus on their respective careers.

Their relationship was an on and off one after their split in 2010. They finally ended it in 2015. Since then, Hamilton has dated plenty of well-known celebrities like Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Rita Ora, Barbara Palvin, Winnie Harlow, Sofia Richie and a few more.

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Lewis Hamilton endorsements

A fashionista himself Lewis Hamilton is the brand ambassador and face of popular American premium clothing brand Tommy Hilfiger. He also launched a clothing line as a part of this in 2018, named TOMMYXLEWIS.

Hamilton is the brand ambassador of the racing video game Gran Turismo Sport. Besides this, he is also the brand ambassador of Puma, Sony, Bose, Monster Energy and a lot more. He is worth $12 million from his endorsements alone.

Lewis Hamilton cars

There is no doubt that an F1 driver would be a car enthusiast. The Brit has a stockpile of supercars. Some among those are:

Hamilton owns a Mercedes AMG Project One, a hypercar from the famed German manufacturer. This is one of his latest additions to his car collection.

‘The Billion Dollar Man’ owns a LaFerrari which is common among car enthusiasts and super rich sports stars. It costs a whopping $1.35 million.

He also owns the popular Pagani Zonda, which is known to reach extreme speeds. It costs around $1.4 million.

Being a Mercedes racer himself, a lot of his garage is stacked with Mercs. He rides an AMG G63, SLS AMG, AMG GTR and a Maybach 6.

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