Brad Pitt, Rod Stewart and Gordon Ramsay lead list of celebs at star-studded Las Vegas GP


BRAD PITT led a star-studded list of celebrities enjoying the qualifying action at the Las Vegas Grand Prix.

The Hollywood icon, 59, is a huge Formula One fan and is currently filming a new film Apex about the sport.

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And he got up close and personal on the pit lane in Nevada on qualifying day.

The actor even rocked an official FIA TV bib along with his accreditation.

Meanwhile, British trio Rod Stewart, Gordon Ramsay and Penny Lancaster were also snapped together taking in the sights and sounds of the Red Bull garage.

Stewart, decked out in a typically-flamboyant yellow velvet suit jacket and colourful waistcoat, looked his usual perky self – leaving the chef visibly baffled.

Usain Bolt – who would no doubt fancy his chances in one of the F1 sprint races – pulled out his trademark pose on the pit wall of the Las Vegas Strip Circuit.

Elsewhere, TV personality Mark Wright, model Brooks Nader, DJ Chantel Jeffries and influencer Nastya Swan all made the most of the luxury hospitality.

They were guests at the Sports Illustrated’s Club SI for VIPs, with a jam-packed programme of entertainment as well as food and drink.

Nader hosted Friday night’s Swimsuit Party with Nicole English before David Beckham and Shaquille O’Neal headline Saturday’s main event.

Charles Leclerc snatched pole position for the night race down the strip in Sin City.

Leclerc said: “I’m happy. To take the first pole in Las Vegas, it’s an incredible event.

“To be starting from pole is great. However, I’m a bit disappointed about my laps in Q3. I didn’t do a good enough job but it was enough for P1 and that’s all we need.

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“Now it’s full focus to try and put everything together for the race. Normally, that’s where we lack most performance so I hope we can put it all together and win here.”

GettyBrooks Nader helped present and host the evening’s entertainment[/caption]

GettyMark Wright was a VIP guest at the Sports Illustrated’s Club SI[/caption]

GettyInfluencer and model Nastya Swan stunned at the prestigious event[/caption]

Leclerc’s team-mate Carlos Sainz finished second in Q3 with Max Verstappen third and George Russel fourth – but Lewis Hamilton was way back in 11th.

But Spaniard Sainz is set for a controversial ten-place grid penalty after having to repair his car following the dramatic incident with a manhole cover.

The chaotic scenes descended into a farce on Thursday night as sparks flew out of Sainz’s Ferrari and practice was suspended after just eight minutes.

To make matters worse, fans who spent thousands of dollars to be in attendance at the glamour event did not even get an apology from F1 after being booted out of their seats and missing second practice.

A statement said: “We have all been to events, like concerts, games and even other Formula One races, that have been cancelled because of factors like weather or technical issues.

“It happens, and we hope people will understand.”

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ReutersCharles Leclerc took pole in front of the incredible Sphere[/caption]

GettyChristian Horner had a chat with Stewart[/caption]

GettyStewart and Penny Lancaster were all smiles together[/caption]

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