A plot thick as a Pynchon novel is congealing around former Gizmondo exec Stefan Eriksson's 162 mph Ferrari crash (covered here earlier). (Note: That's sucky handheld game maker Gizmondo, not Gawker blog Gizmodo.)
First off, a gun clip was found near the crash scene. L.A. cops suspect a connection. Monday, it was announced that the car hadn't been legalized for U.S. use.
Turns out his alleged driver hasn't been found. It's already firmly established that Eriksson was drunk, but as the cops believed his "I was the passenger" story, they let him walk away and still haven't charged him with anything. What's not to trust, right? The man's only been convicted of counterfeiting and suspected of mob connections.
Gun clip found near ex-Gizmondo exec's crashed Ferrari [Register]
Earlier: Pic of Gizmondo exec's totaled Ferrari [Valleywag]
Photo: More on the Enzo Incident on PCH, With Photos! [Jalopnik]