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Haas team principal strongly disagrees with Max Verstappen

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has indicated that Formula 1 could learn a thing or two from the American spending model amid the ongoing conversation as to whether drivers’ salaries should be capped. In the NFL, for example, the total spend on player salaries and bonuses for each team was set at $238.2 million in 2020, and this is for a squad stacked with immense talent. Sir Lewis Hamilton earns $40 million with Mercedes, while Max Verstappen’s new contract with Red Bull, which begins in 2024, is expected to see him earn $50 million a year. In general, the drivers have disagreed that there should be a limit on how much they are paid, but Steiner warns that team bosses will no...
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