Max Verstappen Net Worth ( Updated 2022 ) ,Career Earnings, Salary, Private Jet

Max Verstappen Net Worth

Max Verstappen Net Worth – Max Verstappen is a Belgian-Dutch racing driver has a Fortune of $60 Million in 2022 know all about him in this article.

Max Emilian Verstappen is a Belgian-Dutch racing driver has a Net Worth of $60 Million. currently competing in Formula One, under the Dutch flag, with Red Bull Racing. At the 2015 Australian Grand Prix, when he was aged 17 years, 166 days, he became the youngest driver to compete in Formula One. Over the course of the next five seasons he achieved several more race victories, including the first for a Honda-powered driver since 2006. He finished the 2019 and 2020 championships in third place.

Max Verstappen Net Worth 2022

Max Verstappen has an estimated Net Worth of $60 million in 2022.He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Max Verstappen Net Worth


Max Verstappen

Net Worth 

$60 million

Income Source

Belgian-Dutch motorsports racing driver

Yearly Salary / Income

$25 million

Monthly Salary / Income

Under Review

Last Update

April 2022

Max Verstappen Net Worth Growth

Net Worth in 2022 $200 Million
Net Worth in 2021 $140 Million
Net Worth in 2020 $105 Million
Net Worth in 2019 $78 Million
Net Worth in 2018 $62 Million

Max Verstappen Salary

Max Verstappen has agreed to a contract with RedBull Racing that would pay him $54 million per year until 2028. The following is a list of Max Verstappen’s earnings during his career.

Max Verstappen Private Jet

Max Verstappen Private Jet

Max Verstappen recently received a brand new Bombardier Challenger 3500 private jet as a gift. Max Verstappen’s private jet is valued more than $40 million, with an additional $5 million spent on inside renovations.

Max Verstappen  Wiki Bio

Max Emilian Verstappen was born on 30 September 1997 in Hasselt, Belgium and has a younger sister, Victoria.His family has a long association with motor sports: his father, Jos Verstappen, is a Dutch former Formula One driver, his Belgian mother, Sophie Kumpen, competed in karting, and his first cousin once removed, Anthony Kumpen, competed in endurance racing and is a two-time NASCAR Whelen Euro Series champion and currently serves as the team manager for PK Carsport in Euro Series.

Max Verstappen Salary

Although Verstappen has a Belgian mother, was born in Belgium and resided in Bree, Belgium, he decided to compete with a Dutch racing licence because he “feels more Dutch”, spent more time with his father than with his mother owing to his karting activities, and was always surrounded by Dutch people while growing up in Maaseik, a Belgian town at the Dutch border.

Name Max Verstappen
Birthdate ( Age) 30 September 1997
Place of Birth Hasselt, Belgium
Nationality Belgian, Dutch
Marital Status  In Relationship
Spouse/Partner Kelly Piquet
Children Not Yet
Parents Jos Verstappen, Sophie Kumpen
Education Not Known
Profession Belgian-Dutch racing driver
Net Worth $60 Million
Last Update  2022

Max Verstappen Wife

Max Verstappen is currently dating Kelly Piquet. Though she is German by birth, she has Brazilian roots as she is the daughter of legendary three-time F1 world champion Nelson Piquet. Verstappen and Piquet made their relationship official by posting on their official social media handles. Earlier this year, Verstappen and Piquet also posted a picture on their Instagram handle on New Year’s day where the pair can be seen celebrating on the beach, which is one of the highlights of the Max Verstappen relationship.

Professional Career

In 2009, Verstappen joined Team Pex Racing, a CRG customer team. That year, he won the Flemish Minimax championship and the Belgian KF5 championship. In 2010, Verstappen stepped up to international karting. He was signed by CRG to race in their factory team at world and European championships. At the KF3 World Cup, Verstappen finished second to the more experienced Alexander Albon (who would eventually become his Formula One teammate at Red Bull Racing) but beat him at the WSK Euro Series and also won the WSK World Series, beating Robert Vișoiu.

At the end of 2012, it was announced that Verstappen would leave Intrepid. After a short stint with CRG-built Zanardi karts, Verstappen returned to the factory CRG team. He competed at the SKUSA Super Nationals in the KZ2 class in a CRG, finishing 21st. In 2013, Verstappen won the European KF and KZ championships. At the age of 15, Verstappen won the 2013 World KZ championship at Varennes-sur-Allier, France, in KZ1, the highest karting category.

Verstappen’s first experience in a racing car was at the Pembrey Circuit on 11 October 2013. He drove 160 laps in a Barazi-Epsilon FR2.0–10 Formula Renault car. The car was provided by Dutch team Manor MP Motorsport. He tested for several Formula Renault 2.0 teams in 2013

During the first 14 races of the 2017 season, Verstappen suffered seven retirements, four due to mechanical issues, and three due to first lap collisions in Spain, Austria and Singapore. Of the races finished, however, he claimed a third place in China, and another five races classified fourth or fifth.

At the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix, he crashed in wet conditions on the way to the starting grid but he was able to drive the car back to the grid where his mechanics fixed the suspension of the car in the short time that was left before the start of the race. After the repairs Verstappen progressed from seventh place on the grid to second place at the finish of the race. He won the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone, having started from fourth. Red Bull Racing Team Principal, Christian Horner, described it as “an amazing performance” by Verstappen and the Red Bull support team.

Verstappen took pole position at the 2021 Austrian Grand Prix, led every lap from start to finish, set the fastest lap, and won the race for his first career grand slam, being the youngest to do so. With the win, Verstappen also became the first driver to sweep a triple header, with three wins in three consecutive weekends, starting at the French Grand Prix on 20 June, then the Styrian Grand Prix on 27 June and ending with the Austrian Grand Prix on 4 July.