In the Netherlands, a prominent and long-time personal sponsor of world champion Max Verstappen is at the centre of a major scandal.

Police raided the home of Jumbo supermarket chain CEO and owner Frits van Eerd last week as part of a “large money laundering investigation,” according to Eindhoven News.

The Verstappen camp, according to Raymond Vermeulen, who manages the current world championship leader’s career alongside Max’s father Jos, will not jump to conclusions.

“Caution is required here,” he told the newspaper Algemeen Dagblad.

“We are waiting for the facts to be presented. We have contacted Jumbo, and management and marketing will proceed as usual.”

At the same time, Vermeulen distanced himself from the Verstappen camp.

“We have contracts with Jumbo, and the supermarket is not involved in the investigation. That was stated unequivocally “He stated. “Let’s be cautious with all kinds of hints and wait for the facts to emerge.”

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