How much does Formula One Driver Daniel Ricciardo earn as Salary? His Net Worth, Endorsement, Properties and Career

Mon May,2018
How much does Formula One Driver Daniel Ricciardo earn as Salary? His Net Worth, Endorsement, Properties and Career Racing

Daniel Joseph Ricciardo, or simply known as Daniel Ricciardo is an Australian racing driver who races in Formula One representing Red Bull Racing. He has had 6 wins in his career. He won the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix and became third in the championship for the second time in three years. Daniel has a successful career and is loved by many Formula One fans worldwide.

From his flourishing F1 career, he has managed to bank a lot of cash and scored many endorsement deals. So let's learn more about his net worth.

Daniel Ricciardo's Net Worth and Properties

Per year, Daniel Ricciardo earns an approximate $6 million in 2018 as his salary. As per the contract signed in 2018, he would be paid $5.2 million as guaranteed salary and an additional amount as bonuses. Back in 2012, his annual wage was around $500,000.

Daniel Ricciardo's Salary every year 

Year Salary
2012 $500,000
2013 $500,000
2014 $900,000
2015 $1.8 million
2016 $6.5 million
2017 $6.5 million
2018 $6 million

The Australian racing driver sits at an astounding $20 million net worth. His career is still in its youth and his net worth is expected to grow in the future. He owns a house in Perth, Australia bought in 2015. He paid $1.1 million for the real estate property where he currently resides.

CAPTION: Daniel Ricciardo in the Singapore Grand Prix SOURCE: Pinterest

He has sponsorships and endorsement deals from Aston Martin, Puma, Go Pro, Car Sales, Melin, Blue Coast, and Orelebar Brown. Ricciardo owns an FX30D car manufactured by Infiniti which costs around $40 thousand. Some of the other vehicles owned by him are Ford and Range Rover.

Ricciardo has also invested $4.8 million in different business which adds to his net worth.

Career Flashbacks of Daniel Ricciardo

Ricciardo began his career as a test driver for Red Bull Racing at the young driver's test at Circuito de Jerez over three days in 2009. In November of the next year, he was chosen as the single driver to represent Red Bull Racing at the Yas Marina Circuit. In 2011, he was contracted to Hispania Racing by Red Bull Racing. He would drive for Scuderia Toro Rosso for the 2012 season alongside Jean-Eric Vergne.

CAPTION: Daniel Ricciardo Racing SOURCE: Speedsport Magazine

Ricciardo replaced Mark Webber at Infiniti Red Bull Racing at the start of 2014 Formula One season partnering up with Sebastian Vettel, a four-time world champion. In 2017, Ricciardo qualified 10th in Australia after spinning into the tire barrier in Q3. He started off the 2018 season by securing 4th place in Australia. The 2018 Chinese Grand Prix was his best event of the year as he scored a victory.

By the looks of it, Ricciardo is going to have many triumph in the future.