Max Verstappen net worth, new contract with Red Bull and F1 career so far

first_img FOLLOW US WATCH US LIVE Danish Ansari Max Verstappen, who drives for Red Bull Racing is the youngest driver to ever start a Formula One race and had been considered a future star in the sport ever since he began his racing career. He became the youngest driver to compete in Formula 1 when he competed at the 2015 Australian Grand Prix at the young age of 17 and holds eight other “firsts” in Formula One racing. Also Read | Lewis Hamilton Mocks Max Verstappen, Says Every Driver Chases Mercedes Seat Like ‘a Dog’Max Verstappen net worth and salaryAccording to Wolf of Wealth, Max Verstappen has a net worth that stands at an estimated $25 million, as of mid-2019. However, there are sources which claim his current worth is as high as $50 million. This could be especially true given his sponsorships and the last contract with Red Bull that was worth £10m a year. He was also named the fourth-highest earner in Formula 1 after the contract. The Dutchman has signed a three-season contract extension with the Milton Keynes-based squad on January 7, 2020.Also Read | F1: Watch Young Charles Leclerc And Max Verstappen Battle In Kart RaceMax Verstappen endorsementsMax Verstappen’s endorsement deals also form a major part of his wealth. The 22-year-old also leads an army of fans who proudly call themselves the ‘Orange Army’ and are present at most of the European races to support the racing star. His popularity makes him one of the most marketable drivers on the grid which has drawn the attention of many major brands. Jumbo Supermarkets, Ziggo, Exact, Red Bull, G-Star, Raw, and TAG Heuer are some of his most notable sponsors. And while it is certain that endorsement deals majorly extend his earnings, it is not clear how much he is worth through these deals. Also Read | Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen-inspired Gifts Dominate Secret Santa 2019 Among F1 DriversMax Verstappen extends contract with Red Bull through 2023 F1 seasonMax Verstappen has signed a three-year extension contract with Red Bull as he was set to enter the final year of his existing contract this year. The contract will keep him with the team until at least the end of the 2023 Formula 1 season. He has been associated with the Red Bull senior team since 2016, where he also won his first race with the team at the Spanish Grand Prix followed by a further seven race victories. Also Read | Max Verstappen Wins Brazil Grand Prix As Both Ferraris Crash Out; Primed For 3rd LIVE TVcenter_img First Published: 7th January, 2020 19:49 IST Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT Last Updated: 7th January, 2020 19:49 IST Max Verstappen Net Worth, New Contract With Red Bull And F1 Career So Far Max Verstappen is one of the most successful drivers to ever start a Formula One race. Scroll on to find out his net worth, salary, endorsements and more.last_img read more

Nevada’s Brandon Talton earns scholarship after kicking game-winning 56-yard FG vs. Purdue

first_imgHow’s this for a Week 1 headline: “Walk-on hits walk-off FG, walks away with scholarship.”That’s exactly what happened Friday to Nevada true freshman Brandon Talton after he nailed a 56-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Wolf Pack to an improbable 34-31 win over Big Ten foe Purdue. The story is improbable on multiple levels.First, the Wolf Pack were down 17 points at halftime and still trailed by 17, 31-14, midway through the third quarter. Related News Nick Saban definitively shuts down players who want to ‘talk sh—’ 🚨 WALKOFF 🚨Freshman kicker Brandon Talton NAILS a 56 yard FG @nevadafootball 34 @boilerfootball 31— CBS Sports Network (@CBSSportsNet) August 31, 2019The celebration on the field carried into the locker room, and that’s when Talton’s night — already a dream — got even better.Wolf Pack coach Jay Norvell presented Talton with the game ball (no surprise) and then added the scholarship (big surprise).It’s a good night for @btalton111.#BattleBorn // #NevadaGrit— Nevada Football (@NevadaFootball) August 31, 2019Talton addressed the media afterward and was still overwhelmed: “They did all the game-ball situations, defense, all that. And then they said, ‘Last one, kicker.’ (Coach is) like, ‘Here’s your game ball.’ And he said, ‘And now you’re on scholarship.’ And I just looked at him (Norvell) in awe. … It’s crazy. It still doesn’t feel real.””It still doesn’t feel real.”And here’s @btalton111’s reaction to getting his scholarship post game tonight.#BattleBorn x #LateNiteGifs— 15th and Virginia (@15thAndVirginia) August 31, 2019center_img Three takeaways from No. 1 Clemson’s drubbing of Georgia Tech Then, when the Wolf Pack scored with 52 seconds to play to make it 31-30, an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for excessive celebrating pushed the PAT back an additional 15 yards. A chip-shot PAT became, basically, the distance of a pressure-packed field goal of more than 30 yards. Talton connected (obviously, or there would be no story … or, likely, a scholarship).On the second play after the ensuing kickoff, Daniel Brown intercepted Boilermakers QB Elijah Sindelar to set up Talton’s big moment.But that moment almost didn’t happen, either.With three seconds on the clock, the Wolf Pack lined up for the potential game-winning field goal, and … Talton missed. But Purdue coach Jeff Brohm had called timeout to ice Talton.It didn’t work.Talton didn’t miss his second attempt.last_img read more