The Miami International Autodrome played host to a prestigious gathering of notable figures in the entertainment industry on Sunday. The event, Formula One Miami Grand Prix, drew some of the biggest names from Hollywood, sports, and music. Among the star-studded guest list were Shakira and Tom Cruise, who were spotted attending the event.

Other notable attendees included Roger Federer, Serena Williams, and Patrick Mahomes, who were all in attendance to take in the thrilling race. However, the event was not limited to just high-profile athletes and actors, as an impressive roster of musicians also graced the event. J Balvin, DJ Khaled, Will.I.Am, and Becky G were just a few of the music industry’s top talents that were spotted among the crowds.

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Additionally, some of the most recognized names in reality television, including Paul Wesley, Michelle Rodriguez, and Jason Oppenheim, made appearances at the event. The sporting world was also well represented, with Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb, two of the Dallas Cowboys’ brightest stars, also among the attendees.

Overall, the Formula One Miami Grand Prix proved to be a who’s who of the entertainment industry, with an impressive lineup of celebrities from various sectors in attendance to enjoy the race and each other’s company.

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The Miami Grand Prix is held on a challenging track that winds its way through the city’s downtown streets, presenting a thrilling spectacle for fans and racers alike. The event is known for its high speeds, sharp turns, and breathtaking maneuvers, making it a true test of skill and daring for the drivers who compete.

Some of the drivers participating in the Miami Grand Prix include Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez from Red Bull, Fernando Alonso from Aston Martin, George Russell and Lewis Hamilton from Mercedes, Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc from Ferrari, and Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon from Alpine .