The 7-time champion still takes in more than his top rival, Max Verstappen. The 2021 champion makes $46 million per year on the track.
Hamilton also takes in an estimated $8 million in endorsements annually.
He has lucrative deals with Tommy Hilfiger, Monster Energy, Puma, IWC, Sony, Bose, Bell Helmets, MV Augusta Motorcycles, Petronas, and Gran Turismo Sport.
Hamilton has an estimated net worth of $285 million.
Unsurprisingly for an F1 driver, Hamilton is a fan of cars. Cars reported to be included in his collection include a $1.2 million McLaren P1, two $1.6 million Ferrari LaFerraris, and a $2.7 million Mercedes-AMG Project One.
His collection is not just limited to Mercedes either. Cars reported to be included in his collection include a $1.15 million McLaren P1, two $1.56 million Ferrari LaFerraris, and a $2.72 million Mercedes-AMG Project One.
But as Hamilton has become more environmentally conscious, his daily car of choice is the electric Mercedes-AMG EQS with a base price of $102,000.
Source: Vanity Fair