F1 driver Gasly’s house ransacked while at Spanish GP
Formula One driver Pierre Gasly returned from the Spanish Grand Prix to find his home in Normandy had been burgled, the Frenchman said on Monday.
“I had my house broken into and ransacked in Normandy, stealing BRM watches engraved with my name, Tag Heuer, jewelry, clothing, glasses and racing helmets,” he wrote on Instagram, asking for anyone with information about the burglary to come forward.
Gasly, 24, finished ninth for his Alpha Tauri team in Spain on Sunday. He is 13th in the overall standings with 14 points from six races this season.