David Beckham, Shaquille O’Neal and Usain Bolt lead the stars out in force for the Las Vegas Grand Prix – while influencer Veronika Rajek leaves very little to the imagination!
by: Hani Kamal El-Din
The stars are out in force for the Vegas Grand Prix, with David Beckham arriving trackside for Saturday night’s race alongside a host of famous names.
Beckham was hosting a race night party alongside Shaquille O’Neal and the two made an arrival together in Vegas around three hours before the race began.
The Inter Miami co-owner and Manchester United soccer legend was there with his son Cruz – the pair also posing together for pictures ahead of their Sports Illustrated party.
Usain Bolt, the fastest man on two feet, was also pictured arriving in Vegas for the penultimate race of the season.
Gordon Ramsay – a big Formula One fan – was also making an early arrival to the track and there were also a couple of notable influencers making an appearance.
David Beckham and Shaquille O’Neal poses ahead of their race night party in Las Vegas
Beckham, Shaq and Jamie Salter – a Canadian billionaire businessman – pose for a photo
Beckham brought his son Cruz with him to Vegas and they got a father and son picture
Influencers Veronika Rajek (left) and Alix Earle were also heading to the track for the race
Usain Bolt , the fastest man on two feet, was also in Vegas to watch the race on Saturday
Veronika Rajek left little to the imagination in her purple outfit that defied the cool 52 Fahrenheit temperatures around the track in hours leading up the start.
Alix Earle, the TikTok star who is dating NFL and Miami Dolphins player Braxton Berrios, was also sharing pictures from around the track.
For race organizers, there was a huge weight of expectation on Sin City after a difficult couple of days building up to the showpiece event.
The first practice session was derailed by a loose drain cover on the track, ending the spectacle after only eight minutes when Carlos Sainz’s Ferrari was damaged.
Charles Leclerc, Sainz’s Ferrari teammate, begins the race in pole position on Saturday night.
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