Jon Boon 6:41 ET, Mar 15 2022Updated: 6:53 ET, Mar 15 2022
PETROLHEAD David Coulthard may have retired from F1 in 2008, but his love of cars has never left him.
The Scotsman, who turns 51 later this month, was runner up in the 2001 driver championship to Michael Schumacher driving for McLaren.
And his success saw him amass a staggering £60million fortune.
That allowed the 2003 Australian Grand Prix winner to splash the cash on an amazing car collection.
Incredibly, two of Coulthard's rides are worth more than £2million EACH.
In 2020, Coulthard added a stunning Valkyrie to his fleet.
Designed by Adrian Newey, the current chief technology officer at Red Bull Racing with a little help from Christian Horner, Dr Andy Palmer, ...