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a lot of these figures just do not hold water, as the contracts vary lot. for instance, vettel is rewarded for his results so his true pay is well over 20m. and then there is no recognition given to those who are actually paying for their drive only the amounts kept for their "living expenses" are shown. etc etc. and as the article points out, a number of drivers who are on fixed contracts, show reduction on previous years, which presumably cannot, or has not happened.