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Sebastian Vettel : Salary, Other Earnings, Sponsors

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Sebastian Vettel is arguably one of the best F1 drivers to have ever competed in the  F1 circuit. The 34-year-old German veteran has been around the circuit for more than a decade and is currently a driver for Aston Martin, but over his career, he has represented several other teams which include BMW Sauber, Toro Rosso, Red Bull, and Ferrari.In his career so far, Vettel has accumulated a staggering 53 podium finishes and has also won four Drivers’ championship titles, which he won consecutively from 2010 to 2013. Now coming towards the end of his career, Vettel will definitely go down as one of the legends of the game, and he is still looking to add a few more podium finishes and maybe even another race win to his armoury.

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Full name: Sebastian Vettel
Date of birth: 3 July 1987
Place of birth: Heppenheim, West Germany
Nationality: German
Current team: Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team
Sebastian Vettel’s Salary as driver: US$18m (according to BILD)
Sebastian Vettel’s Salary as endorsements: US$300,000 (according to Essentially Sports)
First F1 appearance: United States Grand Prix in June 2007 with BMW
First F1 race win: Italian Grand Prix in September 2007 with Scuderia Toro Rosso
First F1 World Championship win: 2010 season with Red Bull Racing

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Sebastian Vettel’s Sponsors

Casio

Sebastian Vettel has always been a private person and has thus not attracted a lot of sponsors. Casio though are one of the brands who have stuck with him since his Red Bull days. They have special edition watches to highlight their partnership with Vettel.

BWT

In March 2021, Vettel signed a deal with BWT, an Austrian manufacturer of water treatment systems, as its new brand ambassador. As a part of this deal, BWT’s pink branding is visible on the Aston Martin car and also on Vettel’s helmet.
As part of the deal, Vettel supports the company’s objective to make healthy drinking water widely available from taps rather than plastic bottles. 

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