Formula 1: Pierre Gasly suffers burglary during Spanish Grand Prix

Formula 1
Pierre Gasly

French Formula 1 driver Pierre Gasly says his home in Normandy was robbed and ransacked while he was racing in Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix.

The 24-year-old AlphaTauri driver posted a message on Instagram asking anyone with information to get in touch on social media.

Gasly lost expensive engraved watches, racing helmets, clothes and jewellery in the robbery.

He said: “Some people are worthless, disrespectful and contemptible.”.

The Rouen-born driver finished ninth in the race at the Circuit de Catalunya on Sunday.

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