Former world champion in financial trouble

Author of the article: , published April 6, 2016

Former world champion Emerson Fittipaldi has also been hit by the economic and financial crisis in Brazil.

The Formula One world champion in the 1972 and 1974 seasons is in big financial trouble, according to the Associated Press. Failing to meet major financial obligations, equipment and exhibits at his museum were seized last week.

Thus, the state authorities seized a large number of winning trophies, a Formula 1 race car and a race car with which he won the famous Indy 1993 race in 500. This equipment was part of his private collection in his museum.

The Brazilian, who even tested himself with his own Copersucar-Fittipaldi team in 1980, explained that he would find a solution to the current situation in the coming days.

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