A MULTI-millionaire is suing his ex-chauffeur after his rare Ferrari was badly damaged.
Private equity financier Richard Hanson wants at least £290,000 in damages and compensation.Multi-millionaire Richard Hanson is suing his ex-chauffeur after his rare Ferrari was badly damaged[/caption] Mr Hanson claims Allen Sicurella failed to act responsibly and in his best interests by letting a friend wreck the car in Hants in 2019[/caption]
He claims Allen Sicurella failed to act responsibly and in his best interests by letting a friend wreck the Ferrari 458 Speciale in Hants in 2019.
Mr Sicurella, who denies letting his pal drive the car, was sacked after 17 years’ service with Mr Hanson, who is worth £90million.
A source said: “It’s a battle of David versus Goliath. The sums of money involved in this case are huge.
“The driver lost his job and is now facing a huge financial struggle to fight the case. He could lose everything.”
Mr Hanson, whose son Philip is a racing driver, is looking to recover costs at the High Court as it is understood insurers will not pay out.
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He is accusing Mr Sicurella of breach of fiduciary duty and breach of duty and care.
The second man is accused of dishonestly assisting him.
Both are included in the lawsuit and declined to comment.Mr Hanson wants at least £290,000 in damages over the wrecked Ferrari 458 Speciale[/caption]