LEWIS HAMILTON • Net Worth $200 Million • Bombardier Challenger • Private Jet • G-LCDH • Value $25M • House
|Net Worth:||$200 million|
|Company:||F1 race driver|
|Born:||January 7, 1985|
|Wife:||Nicole Scherzinger (ex girlfriend)|
|Residence:||London, UK / Monaco, MC|
|Jet Type:||Bombardier Challenger 605|
Who is Lewis Hamilton?
Lewis Hamilton is a Formula One racing driver, currently racing for the Mercedes AMG Petronas team. He was born in 1985. He has won 81 races.
He became Formula One World Champion 7 times (2008, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). Lewis’s father Anthony influenced his son’s love for racing cars and driving fast. By buying Hamilton a radio-
Hamilton was the owner of a Bombardier Challenger 605 private jet. The registration number was G-
The TAG Group is actually the owner of the McLaren Formula One Group, where Hamilton used to race.
Hamilton now races for the Mercedes F1 Team. So it’s not really clear why he is flying in a jet sponsored by his former employee.
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In 1998, Hamilton was signed by McLaren and the team’s partners Mercedes-
In 2007 Hamilton started his first F1 season and set numerous records while finishing second in the Championship.
How Much Does Hamilton earn per year?
In 2019 en 2020 Lewis Hamilton is one of the highest-paid athletes. With earning estimated US$ 50 million.
In 2016 he signed a three-
Lewis Hamilton Net Worth
His net worth is estimated at more than $200 million.
Bombardier Challenger 605
The Bombardier Challenger is a business jet in production since 1978. It is produced by Canadair. Which is a division of Bombardier Aerospace.
The Challenger is a fast jet reaching a top speed of 540 mph. It is powered by two General Electric CF34-
The jet has an intercontinental range. And features a deluxe galley and lavatory. A Challenger 604 comes at a list price of US$ 25 million. The cost of ownership are estimated at US$ 4 million per year. Or US$ 10.000 per hour.
According to Paradise Papers documents Hamilton avoided tax on his GBP 16.5 million luxury jet. On the import of his jet a GBP 3.3 million VAT refund was given. Based on a British Virgin Island Leasing structure.
Hamilton’s advisers formed a VAT-
It was then leased on to a UK jet management comp. That provided Hamilton with a crew and other services. And which leased it back to Hamilton and his Guernsey company BRV Limited. Hamilton was allowed to claim a VAT refund on the GBP3.3 million. He was obliged to pay on the import.
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