- Date of Birth
- Age 23 Years Old
- Famous Name George Russell
- Country United Kingdom GB
- Birth Name George Russell
- Birth Place King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
- Famous Name George Russell
- Horoscope Aquarius
- Father Steve Russell
- Mother Alison Russell
- Net Worth $0.2 million
- Salary $170,000
- Nationality British
- Ethnicity White
- Profession Racing driver
- Currently Working For Formula One World Championship for the Williams team
- Girlfriend Seychelle de Vries
The 2017 GP3 Series Champion, George Russell is currently competing in the 2019 Formula One World Championship for the Williams team. The British racing driver is the reigning FIA Formula 2 Champion for ART.
King's Lynn, Norfolk native, George Russell was born on 15 February 1998. He holds a British nationality and is of white ethnicity. The handsome hunk is currently in a relationship with his long-time girlfriend, Seychelle de Vries.
George Russell Net Worth and Earnings
The Williams Formula 1 Team driver has an estimated net worth of $0.2 million as of 2019. As per the multi-year deal signed with Williams in 2019, he earns $175,000 annually
Russell with a yearly salary of $170,000 is ranked #19 in 2019 Formula 1 Top Earner while Lewis Hamilton is on the top with $57,000,000 paycheck per annum and Sebastian Vettel in 2nd position with an annual salary of $45,000,000.
Not only as a racer, he earns much from endorsements and sponsorships. His deals are with Mercedes, AMG, BRDC, Bell Helmets, Alpinestars, and Puma.
Besides, he owns few lists of the world's expensive cars including Mercedes-AMG C 63 starting from $67,000, and Land Rover.
George Russell Relationship Status; Who is his Girlfriend?
The 21-year-old British racing driver is currently in a relationship with his girlfriend Seychelle de Vries. As reported they met whilst racing in the Formula 2 championship and started dating for around two years now.
Initially, Seychelle was snapped with Russell after he won the 2017 GP3 Series title captioning: "My champion".
The pair celebrated 2018 Christmas together and Seychelle shared the picture on her Instagram, captioning the photo: "My Christmas present came early Merry Christmas everyone #mysanta".
Tell you the truth, Seychelle de Vries has set her Instagram account private whereas Russell has not shared even a single picture with her. Some sources recently claimed that the couple might have broken up as George unfollowed Vries on Instagram and even unliked all the photos.
Know More About Seychelle de Vries
Seychelle is the sister of Formula 2 driver Nyck de Vries. Her brother currently competes in Formula 2 for ART Grand Prix. He won the 2010 and 2011 Karting World Championships.
Other than that, the Dutch native has been previously linked to Max Verstappen.
Russell was born to Alison Russell and Steve Russell. Further, he has a brother named Benjy Russell.
He often shares pictures with his family on his Instagram account where he has 349k followers.
Formula One practice debut
Russell entered Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport as a junior driver on 19 January 2017. Further, he participated in both days of the Budapest Test on the 1–2 August, which caught the Formula One World Championship as well as support series races at the same circuit before the weekend.
On 7 November 2017, Russell made his Formula One practice debut at the 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix driving in the first practice session representing Force India. Subsequently, he drove for them in a first practice session for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix that same year.
Behind the racing duties:
Similarly, on 1 May 2018, the racer was named as one of the Pirelli Tyre Test Drivers for Force India at the post-Spanish Grand Prix test.
At the start of 2019, Russell joined the Williams Formula 1 Team partnering with Robert Kubica.
At the age of 13, Russell started karting and progressed through to the cadet class by his 16, becoming MSA British champion and British Open champion. In the Rotax Mini Max category, he won Super One British champion and Formula Kart Stars British champion In 2010. Further, he also won the Kartmasters British Grand Prix that same year.
The following year, Russell graduated to the KF3 class, winning the SKUSA Supernationals title. Also, he became the 2011 CIK-FIA European Champion, a title he successfully defended in 2012.