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F1 Attracts Stars As Kylian Mbappe, Mason Mount, Other Icons Light Up Spanish GP
- Some of football's biggest names have been seen at the Spanish Grand Prix
- Aymeric Laporte made it to Barcelona after playing in Saturday's FA Cup final
- Kylian Mbappe was also in attendance, alongside Sergio Busquets and Neymar Jr.
Formula 1's ability to attract the world's biggest stars was clear to see once again during the Spanish Grand Prix, with both Premier League footballers and Hollywood A-listers out in force to watch the race in Barcelona this weekend.
Not to be outdone by Monaco and Miami, the Spanish Grand Prix saw a whole host of stars in the paddocks of F1 teams ahead of the race on Sunday.
The 29-year-old came on as a late substitute as City beat Man United 2-1 to keep their treble hopes alive, and then jetted to Barcelona for a well-earned day off.
He will likely be in training shortly, though, as Pep Guardiola's side prepare for the Champions League final against Inter Milan.
Kylian Mbappe joined him at the track with PSG teammate Neymar, as the Frenchman was seen sporting a VIP lanyard and a small Ferrari badge on his shirt.
Mbappe was also in action on Saturday, as PSG ended a title-winning season with a disappointing 3-2 loss to Clermont.
He finished the season with 36 goals across all competitions, but will have to do without Lionel Messi next year, with the Argentine legend set to leave Paris this summer.
Messi's former teammate, Sergio Busquets was seen at the race after receiving an emotional farewell following his final Barcelona game last week.
Chelsea duo, Reece James and Joao Felix were two more football stars spotted at the Circuit de Barcelona, Catalunya. Ben Chilwell and Mason Mount attended qualifying on Saturday.
Felix was seen chatting with Red Bull driver Sergio Perez, who started the Grand Prix in 11th after a disappointing qualifying performance.
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Spanish Grand Prix debrief
It certainly was an interesting Grand Prix, with a mixed grid that saw big gaps between drivers on the same teams.
Max Verstappen, who was on pole and 10 places ahead of his teammate Perez, completed what is referred to as a grand slam of a weekend.
As reported by The Athletic, Max recorded the quickest time in free practice and the quickest in qualifying to take pole position. He also led every lap of the race to clinch his 40th Formula 1 career win ahead of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell, who finished second and third respectively.
Shakira intensifies Hamilton dating rumours
Shakira made an intriguing return to Barcelona as she was spotted at the Circuit de Barcelona during the Spanish Grand Prix on June 4.
The pop singer used to live in the city before relocating to Miami, following her widely-publicised break up with retired Barcelona defender, Gerard Pique.
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Mercedes driver Hamilton and Shakira were spotted on a boat date.
Her presence at the Spanish Grand Prix has further raised eyebrows about their dating rumours.