Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton (right), 31, also raced onto the list for the first time Brothers Sri and Gopi Hinduja, who run the Hinduja Group, remain in second place - after the Reuben brothers - with an unchanged fortune of £13 billion.Completing the top three is Warner Music owner Len Blavatnik, who despite a drop two places after a reduction in wealth by £1.58 billion, has £11.59 billion. And in these families, the parents put their relationship before the kids.
The Northern Irishman earned almost m in prize money, but it is off the course where he has made his real cash, with a long-standing deal with Nike and other endorsements with Omega, Bose, Upper Deck sports memorabilia and Electronic Arts being especially lucrative.
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However at the top of the 2016 guide to Britain and Ireland's richest people are property tycoons the Reuben brothers, whose ownership of London's Millbank Tower and the John Lewis headquarters in the capital have helped them build up £13.1bn.
Steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal (left) and his family, who own Arcelor Mittal, have taken a £2.08bin hit and Financier Nat Rothschild (right), who was worth £1bn four years ago, has had his fortune reduced to £70m Robert Watts, who compiled the list, told The Sunday Times: 'The guys at the top who are feeling the pain this year are often hit by a cocktail of plunging stock markets, low oil prices and the crisis in the steel industry - sometimes by all three.' Ali G actor Sacha Baron Cohen (left), who has starred in films such as Borat and Grimsby, made the list for the time with a fortune of £105m.