MotoGP Riders Salaries 2021 (Per Race Earnings) Revealed

How Much MotoGP Riders Salaries 2021 (Per Race Earnings)?

MotoGP Riders Salaries 2021: There has been a significant change since the new season of MotoGP. Pay cuts are being implemented for riders. Currently, Marc Marquez earns 14 million dollars a season, but he gets paid only $12 million. In season 2020, there will be riders with incentive packages who did well and improved. According to new data on MotoGP rider’s salaries, Joan Mir, Maverick Vinales, Franco Morbidelli, and Alex Rins are the top riders.

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MotoGP Riders Salaries
MotoGP Riders Salaries 2021 Contract Details
RidersBase SalaryMotoGP TeamPer Race WageContract Year
Marc Marquez$12 millionRepsol Honda$631,0002024
Valentino Rossi$10 millionPetronas Yamaha Sepang$530,0002021
Maverick Viñales$8 millionMonster Yamaha$420,5002022
Joan Mir$6 millionSuzuki$316,0002022
Pol Espargaro$3.5 millionRepsol Honda$184,5002022
Franco Morbidelli$3 millionPetronas Yamaha Sepang$158,0002022
Álex Rins$2.5 millionSuzuki$132,5002022
Fabio Quartararo$2.5 millionMonster Yamaha$132,5002022
Johann Zarco$2 millionPramac Ducati$105,2002021
Jack Miller$1 millionDucati Team$52,5002022
Alex Marquez$1 millionLCR Honda$52,5002021
Takaaki Nakagami$750,000LCR Honda$40,5002021
Francesco Bagnaia$750,000Ducati Team$40,5002022
Bradley Smith$680,000Aprilia Gresini$36,0002021
Aleix Espargaro$500,000Aprilia Gresini$26,5002022
Stefan Bradl$500,000Honda HRC$26,5002021
Danilo Petrucci$475,000Tech3 KTM$25,0002021
Miguel Oliveira$400,000Red Bull KTM$21,0002021
Jorge Martin$350,000Pramac DucatiN/A2022
Enea Bastianini$350,000Avintia RacingN/A2021
Luca Marini$280,000Avintia RacingN/A2021
Brad Binder$280,000Red Bull KTMN/A2021
Iker Lecuona$200,000Tech3 KTMN/A2021
MotoGP Riders Salaries 2021

MotoGP Riders Salaries 2021 Contract Deal (Confirmed)

Based on information taken from trusted sources, these are the salaries of 2021 MotoGP riders. It is expected that some riders will get new contracts based on their performance in 2021, and some will renew their contracts.

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