The retired scottish method one driving force has usually had a connection to monaco. His grandfather competed in the monte carlo rally and two of coulthardís thirteen grand prix wins had been in monaco.
Heís lived here for 20 years and has no plans to depart, as soon as commenting that he and his family like the safety of the nearly crime-unfastened principality. Heís made money here, too, and reportedly offered the columbus inn, of which he changed into a co-proprietor, for £30 million in 2010. He and his belgian spouse karen are regulars at the monaco social scene while heís now not jetting around the world as a bbc f1 pundit.