Sir Lewis Hamilton and Marcus Rashford are two of Britain’s most talented and famous athletes.
Hamilton has been competing in the pinnacle of motorsport since 2007, while Rashford – who’s 13 years younger than the Mercedes driver – burst onto the Premier League in 2016 with Manchester United.
Who Has The Higher Net Worth?
The seven-time World Champion currently earns around $30 million per season at Mercedes, though it should be mentioned that he earns upwards of an additional $15 million each year from various personal sponsorships and brand deals
This gives him a total annual income of around $45 million.
Rashford, on the other hand, earns around $13 million per year at The Red Devils.
He also earns several million dollars per year in performance-related bonuses and personal sponsorship deals.
Given Hamilton’s considerably larger salary and the fact he has been an F1 racer much longer than Rashford has been a professional footballer, it should come as no surprise that he has a net worth several times larger than Rashford’s.
Specifically, Hamilton’s net worth is estimated to stand at around the $285 million mark – and it’s forecast to rise to $330 million by the end of the season.
On the other hand, the Man Utd forward is estimated to have amassed a net worth of circa $80 million.