Retired Nascar driver Brian Vickers buys Miami Beach condo for $6M

Brain Vickers’ wife Sarah was Jeffrey Epstein’s personal assistant

Brian Vickers with the Continuum South tower (Continuum on South Beach)
Brian Vickers with the Continuum South tower (Continuum on South Beach)

Retired Nascar driver Brian Vickers picked up a luxury condo in South Beach.

Vickers paid $6.3 million for unit 3601 at the Continuum South tower at 100 South Pointe Drive, property records show. Michael Pulwer sold the two-bedroom, 1,940-square-foot unit.

Vickers drove professionally between 2001 and 2013. He’s married to Sarah Vickers, who was accused of helping Ghislaine Maxwell recruit young women and girls who were abused by the late convicted sex offender and financier Jeffrey Epstein. Vickers, who was Epstein’s assistant, claimed she was raped by Epstein, according to published reports.

Only Brian Vickers is named on the deed for the off-market sale of the Continuum South condo, though Sarah is listed as a witness on a related power of attorney document available in public records.

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The South Beach condo sold for $3,247 per square foot.

Pulwer paid $813,000 for the condo in 2003, the year the building was completed. Ian Bruce Eichner’s Continuum Company developed the two-tower complex.

A number of sales have closed at the Continuum recently. In June, two former Morgan Stanley executives sold their three combined units at the Continuum for $30 million.

Eichner sold his penthouse for $35 million in April.

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