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I struggle to understand why anybody following this sports doesn’t make an effort to keep oneself up to date with goings on. It was said that Mercedes did not offer more of a basic salary then what mclaren was paying Lulu. It was also said that mclaren was offering Lulu much less of a basic salary then what they were paying him. Later on it was said that mclaren were willing to match what Mercedes were offering Lulu. When his (Lulu) basic salary is said to have been fifteen million, is it that hard to work out what both mclaren and Mercedes were willing to fork out, who was offering the most? A note here, at Mercedes he (Lulu) is given the chance of earning a lot more money, that will be money from bonus wins and personal sponsors, but the basic salary he used to be paid and the basic salary he was offered or better say both mclaren and Mercedes were willing to offer goes to show his standings in F1 compared to other drivers top earners, and remember these are only two out of four top