Top 10: Most Earning Riders in MotoGP – Top 10: The riders who earn the most in MotoGP. What is surprising is the top 3 positions where Maverick Vinales, Joan Mir and Quartararo are included, while Marquez’s salary is 4 times that of Pol Espargaro. Before the 2022 MotoGP season begins, many of us may be curious about the salaries of top class drivers. Reporting from Totalsportal and Spanish media Motosan, here are the current salaries of MotoGP drivers. Given that motorcycle racing is one of the most dangerous sports, is the salary for this racer in accordance with the level of risk?

Top 10: Most Earning Riders in MotoGP

The ‘rookies’ were the first to appear on the list. We are talking about Remy Gardner, Raul Fernandez, Marco Bezzecchi and Darryn Binder. They all receive a salary of around 250,000 euros (Rp 4 billion). Meanwhile, Fabio DiGianantonio and Enea Bastianini earn up to 400,000 euros (Rp 6.5 billion). Luca Marini, Alex Marquez, Jorge Martin, Aleix Espargaro, Brad Binder and Miguel Oliveira all earn less than 1 million euros (Rp 16 billion).

Johann Zarco started the top 10 highest paid MotoGP riders, with a salary of around 2 million euros (Rp 32 billion). Alex Rins, Franco Morbidelli and Jack Miller are drivers who are in the middle when it comes to earnings in the premier class. Before Pol Espargaro with a salary of 3.5 million euros (Rp 56 billion).

One of the favorite drivers to win the title in 2022, Pecco Bagnaia is in 5th position with a salary of 4.3 million euros (Rp 70 billion). In 4th and 3rd positions respectively are occupied by 2020 MotoGP World Champion Joan Mir and 2021 World Champion Fabio Quartararo who both earned a total of 6 million euros (Rp 97 billion).

In second place, surprisingly there is Maverick Vinales. The Aprilia driver, who was paid 10 million euros (Rp 161.6 billion), is one of the best-paid drivers in the paddock. Who is the highest paid racer? Predictably, he is the Repsol Honda star Marc Marquez who received a total of 14 million euros (Rp 226 billion) in 2022. (source: motosan)

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