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Who's earning what? Driver salaries revealed

Who earned the most in 2014? Well, going by their annual salary, it was a trio of drivers with Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen joined by Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel on £17.5m apiece. The latter took a massive £8m boost thanks to a new deal with Red Bull, whilst Raikkonen also saw his salary increase after moving from Lotus to Ferrari. Lewis Hamilton dropped to fourth in the table, with Mercedes paying him an estimated £15.9m annual retainer according to Business Book GP2014. The Britain's former team-mate, Jenson Button, sits fifth with his current team-mate in sixth, taking home almost £10m a year - though a newly signed deal for next year is expected...
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