Inside Max Verstappen house, cars and incredible girlfriend story with £56million fortune | F1 | Sport
Max Verstappen lives the life of luxury with the double world champion enjoying some of the finest cars, holidays and property around. Verstappen burst onto the F1 scene back in 2016 and has since reached the summit with back-to-back titles under his belt.
Express Sport takes a look at his incredible lifestyle.
The Dutchman lives close to former title rival Lewis Hamilton with the pair both in the Fontvieille district in Monaco. Despite his incredible success, Verstappen is not believed to own the Monaco penthouse himself.
The double world champion instead chooses to rent the property, suggesting he doesn’t intend on remaining in the Principality forever. Not much is known about the inside of Verstappen’s house, but he regularly posts images of him working out.
Snaps show he has a purpose-built indoor gym while he also likes to train on this balcony with the incredible views of the Mediterranean. Verstappen has even been photographed rididng jet skis in the Monaco harbour.
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The Red Bull star has a priceless collection of some of the most stunning cars on the market. Swiss newspaper Blick claimed Verstappen purchased a stunning £323,800 ($400,000) Porsche 911 GT3 RS after winning his first F1 race in Spain back in 2016.
Red Bull’s collaboration with Aston Martin is also evident with a series of the British manufacturer’s models in Verstappen’s garage. He reportedly has the keys to a beautiful DB11 as well as owning a Vantage and a DBS Superleggera.
Verstappen is also believed to own a rare Aston Martin Valkyrie, designed by Red Bull’s very own Adrian Newey.
The double world champion owns a Dassault Falcon 900EX which he regularly uses to travel between races. The plane reportedly has a bar inside while two of its 12 seats can be reclined to make a bed.
The aircraft is understood to have been built back in 2009 when Vertapepn was just 12 years old.
Verstappen is a keen gamer and takes part in some of the most prestigious online events in his spare time. The F1 legend is even part of his own online race squad, Team Redline.
Verstappen took part in the iconic Le Mans 24 Hours Virtual in January but threw a strop after a driver error ended his chances of victory. The Dutchman also has a keen interest in road cycling and has been spotted on a bike in several Red Bull press videos.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Verstappen is worth a staggering £56.7m ($70m). He is one of the highest-paid drivers on the grid with Forbes reporting he was paid a staggering £48.5m ($60m) last season.
They claim he was given a base salary of £32.4m ($40m) but topped up his take home with £16.2m ($20m) in bonuses for winning the world championship.