Plans of Marriage
The relationship between Marcus Ericsson and Iris Tritsaris Jondahl has long been a topic of speculation, but the Swedish racing driver has finally spoken out about his relationship with the shocking model. The two are now in love, and Ericsson plans to marry Jondahl in the near future.
Marcus Ericsson was born in Kumla, Sweden, to Tomas and Kerstin Reinhold. His parents do not have high profiles on social networking sites, but they do appear to enjoy a low-key lifestyle. Tomas Ericsson and Kerstin Reinhold both have private Instagram accounts. In fact, they both have more than a hundred followers, and there are 18 posts from Marcus Ericsson on his account.
Ericsson is a family man, living with his parents in Sweden. He has a younger brother, Hampus, who is also a racing driver. In 2014, he finished third in the Swedish karting championship. In 2016, he was second in the Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia. Hampus’s adventures can be followed on his Instagram page, which is named @ericssonhampus.
Marcus Ericsson’s girlfriend is Swedish race car driver Iris Tritsaris Jondahl. They are engaged, but not married yet. Iris is a foodie and enjoys traveling. While Marcus is known for his racing successes, his girlfriend is a seasoned traveler and seems to love food.
Facts about Ericsson
Ericsson is thirty years old and was born on September 2, 1990. He is a Virgo, and is of Swedish ancestry. The date of his birth is a good indicator of his love life. In fact, it is very possible for the two to share the same astrological signs.
As a racing driver, Ericsson’s net worth may exceed $5 million dollars by 2022. His salary at the Alfa Romeo Sauber Formula One team has been reported to be $500k. As a youngster, he began competing in kart races. He won the British Formula BMW championship with Fortec Motorsport in 2007. He then went on to win the All-Japan Formula Three Championship. He claimed that title in his debut season.
Marcus Ericsson’s success in the race has also led him to win multiple championships. He has won the British Formula Three Championship three times, and has won the Japanese F3 championship four times. In addition, he has made several guest appearances in the British F3 series.
After winning the Indianapolis 500 under caution, Ericsson is on course for another record. The 106th Indy 500 will be a major milestone for the Swedish driver. After a yellow flag with five laps to go, the race resumed with Ericsson leading in the final two laps. He also attempted to pass Pato O’Ward in the final sprint, but a yellow flag halted the action.
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