New media information has contradicted reports that Kimi Raikkonen lost his wallet at a Red Bull party following the Hungarian grand prix earlier this month.
German sources revealed this week that the drunk McLaren driver misplaced his wallet, containing more than $7000, his drivers’ license, ID and his passport.
But telling a different tale is news agency ‘Agenzia Giornalistic Italia’ and Italian daily sports newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Both sources report that Raikkonen, the 26-year-old Finn, had his drivers’ license and passport confiscated after police found him drunk at the wheel of a car.
Kimi did not lose $7500, the reports added, the US dollars figure is the equivalent of a fine imposed for the incident.
”It cannot be excluded that Ferrari starts to have doubts about him,” the AGI report said, citing Raikkonen’s previous ‘party’ incidents in Finland and Switzerland.