How much is Esteban Ocon worth? Esteban Ocon salary 2023

Find out what Esteban Ocon's net worth is and how much he will earn in the 2023 Formula 1 season

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Esteban Ocon has quietly been one of the better-performing drivers of the 2023 Formula 1 season, spearheading an Alpine team that’s been beset by difficulties off the track.

Ocon‘s shown his value to the team more than ever before, picking up a podium at the Monaco Grand Prix that earned a handy bonus for all the staff at Enstone.

And the anticipated fireworks from his partnership with Pierre Gasly haven’t kicked off either, as the pair have seemingly buried a long-running feud that started in French karting.

How much will Esteban Ocon earn in 2023?

Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon ahead of the Azerbaijan GP Z Alpine

For the 2023 Formula 1 season, Ocon is set to receive a very enviable $8 million.

This figure, while significant, places him in the mid-range of F1 earners, reflecting his consistent performances and the trust his team places in him. As a French driver at Alpine, effectively the French national team in F1, he also provides plenty of marketing opportunities in l’Hexagone.

A race winner, and the only driver outside the top four teams to score a podium this year, the Enstone-based team brought Ocon out of a year on the sidelines in F1 after he wasn’t renewed at Racing Point despite outperforming Sergio Perez.

With Ocon on the bubble of the top half of drivers on the F1 grid, his salary being the ninth-highest in the sport makes sense.

Interestingly though, it’s slightly more than Alpine teammate – and fellow F1 race winner – Gasly earns.

The pair are generally thought to be equals within the team, but Ocon certainly has the upper hand when it comes to bank balance this season.

Having faced challenges early in his career, including a brief hiatus from racing, Ocon‘s current salary is a testament to his tenacity and the value he brings to his team.

And it’s a far cry from the beginnings of his racing life, when his family had to sell their home and father’s garage to fund Ocon‘s karting career and lived and travelled in a motorhome to attend races.

How much is Esteban Ocon worth?

By 2023, Esteban Ocon boasts a net worth of an estimated $18 million. This figure, while not rivalling some of the sport’s giants, is a reflection of Ocon‘s steady ascent in F1.

Aside from his salary, Ocon‘s appeal extends beyond the racetrack – he’s associated with MAPFRE, Castrol, Microsoft and DuPont.

He also endorses luxury watchmaker Bell and Ross, and sported a special helmet dedicated to them at the 2023 Belgian Grand Prix.

Esteban Ocon’s helmet for the 2023 Belgian Grand Prix.

Finally, Ocon‘s luxury house in Geneva only inflates his net worth further (again, a long way from living in a caravan with his parents).

And while he’s not known for the flashiest of garages, Ocon still carries several valuable cars acquired through his partnerships with Mercedes, Renault and Alpine over the years.

F1 Driver Salaries 2023

DriverSalaryContractTeam
1Max Verstappen$55m2028Red Bull
2Lewis Hamilton$35m2023Mercedes
3Charles Leclerc$24m2024Ferrari
4Lando Norris$20m2025McLaren
5Carlos Sainz$12m2024Ferrari
6Sergio Perez$10m2024Red Bull
7Valtteri Bottas$10m2025Alfa Romeo
8George Russell$8m2023Mercedes
9Esteban Ocon$6m2024+Alpine
10Fernando Alonso$5m2024+Aston Martin
11Pierre Gasly$5m2024+Alpine
12Kevin Magnussen$5m2023Haas
13Alex Albon$3m2024+Williams
14Lance Stroll$2mOpenAston Martin
15Nico Hulkenberg$2m2024Haas
16Zhou Guanyu$2m2023Alfa Romeo
17Oscar Piastri$2m2024+McLaren
18Yuki Tsunoda$1m2023+AlphaTauri
19Logan Sargeant$1m2023+Williams
20Daniel RicciardoN/a2023AlphaTauri
Adam Dickinson
An international multi-award-winning journalist, Adam Dickinson has written for Total-Motorsport.com since June 2022 and also contributes to TNT Sports, Eurosport and the Rugby Paper. He's also had articles published in the Daily Telegraph and several local newspapers, previously worked for Last-Lap.co.uk and FeederSeries.net in motorsport, and graduated with a First-Class Journalism Degree from the University of Sheffield having also studied in Oklahoma. Adam started watching F1 by accident in 2007, catching the last race in Indianapolis, and attended his first race as a journalist at the 2023 British Grand Prix.
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