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What Is Daniel Ricciardo's Net Worth In 2022?

What Is Daniel Ricciardo's Net Worth In 2022?

Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo's net worth has been revealed it's massive.

Daniel Ricciardo made his Formula 1 racing debut at the 2011 British Grand Prix at 22.

Ten years later, he's gone on to win eight Grand Prix races, sealing his name in Formula 1 history as one of the most experienced drivers on the grid.

Well within its top 10 highest-paid drivers, Ricciardo was 48th on Forbes' 2020 list of highest-paid athletes in the world.

What is Daniel Ricciardo's net worth?

As of 2022, Daniel Ricciardo has an estimated net worth of $50 million (£40.7 million), according to Sports Brief.

Ricciardo made his debut with the HRT Formula 1 team as part of a deal with Red Bull Racing, for whom he was test driving under its sister team Scuderia Toro Rosso.

One year later, he joined Toro Rosso full-time, driving a Ferrari-powered car for them in 2012 and 2013.

In 2014, he replaced the retired Mark Webber at Red Bull, alongside multiple-time world champion Sebastian Vettel.

He went two years without a victory then returned to the top of the podium at the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix. 

Today, Ricciardo drives for the McLaren Formula One team under the Australian flag.

At the time of writing, he is competing in the 2022 FIA Formula One World Drivers Championship.

Since joining the McLaren team, his esteemed reputation as one of the best drivers on the grid has suffered as younger teammate Lando Norris was outdriving him.

In an interview with, he said of the difficult period and his critics: "I know I can still do it, and I believe 100 per cent in myself.

"Even if that wavered a bit last year, it's definitely back…I think people forget, so right now sitting here today, I'm excited to remind people." 

Ricciardo has become well acquainted with luxury since his debut, bolstered not only by his handsome Formula 1 salary but brand deals with the likes of Amazon, Beats by Dre and GoPro.

Accordingly, he owns three properties across three continents; a bachelor pad in Los Angeles, purchased at $13 million, a farm house in his native Perth and an apartment in Monte Carlo.

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Topics: Celebrity, Sport, Australia