Six more races – then a legendary era in Formula 1 will come to an end. Alfa-Sauber driver Kimi Raikkonen (42) says goodbye after 20 years and (so far) 21 GP victories.
After the end of his career, Finn will recover in Switzerland, among other places. The 2007 world champion has a place to stay in Baar ZG. and what!
Villa worth 25 million francs
In 2009, the Formula 1 star, whose fortune is estimated at 190 million Swiss francs, bought the luxury villa of about 280 square meters in the municipality of Zug. It is now said that the value of the villa is about 25 million francs.
recreational? The “Snowman” will surely find it in his Swiss villa. The property has two pools, a beautiful backdrop with a view of Lake Zug and the Alps and a fitness room, where Kimi can keep fit even after he retires.
The garage can accommodate ten cars
Of course, the treasures of Raikkonen’s car and motorcycles have to find a place somewhere, too. This is why the Butterfly Villa garage offers space for up to ten cars. The Finnish F1 legend could, among other things, put his Ferrari Enzo there – worth 2.8 million Swiss francs (!).
The 42-year-old spends most of his time – with his wife Minto (34) and their two children Robin (6 years) and Rihanna (4 years). But it was a long struggle before buying a “Butterfly” villa. We spent about five years looking for a plot of land on which to build our house. Then we found the Butterfly Villa, which was ready to move in and had a name too.”
A fight that was clearly worth it. In his well-deserved retirement, Raikkonen can now enjoy his time in Switzerland even more. (mo)
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