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Must See: Trump Attends F1 Miami Grand Prix

President Trump received a warm welcome while visiting Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium to attend the F1 Grand Prix.

As Trump walked onto the track, he received a standing ovation from the packed-out crowd at the Grand Prix race.

After his initial entrance on the track, Trump was invited to the McLaren garage to meet the British team’s CEO Zak Brown.

Here are some of the highlights of Trump’s visit:

Here’s what The Independent shared:

Donald Trump has arrived at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium for Sunday’s F1 race as he takes a break from his high-profile hush-money trial in New York.

The security surrounding the event in Florida has been significantly increased following the former US President’s decision to attend the sixth round of the F1 campaign.

The 77-year-old, currently on trial in New York for allegedly falsifying documents to cover up hush money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels, headed to the McLaren garage to meet the British team’s CEO Zak Brown, F1 boss Stefano Domenicali and FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem.

After Trump’s visit, McLaren released a statement: “McLaren is a non-political organisation however we recognise and respect the office of President of the United States so when the request was made to visit our garage on race day we accepted alongside the president of the FIA and the CEO’s of Liberty Media and Formula 1.

“We were honoured that McLaren Racing was chosen as the representative of F1 which gave us the opportunity to showcase the world class engineering that we bring to motorsport.

Per USA Today:

Count former President Donald Trump among the list of celebrities in attendance for the third annual Formula One Miami Grand Prix at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday.

The security presence was significant for the 45th president and 2024 Republican presidential candidate as he walked through the stadium tunnels and stopped to wave at media as he was escorted through the venue.

Trump’s arrival doesn’t come without controversy: Miami Grand Prix officials sent a cease and desist letter last week to Trump supporter Steve Witkoff, who wanted to sell tickets to his suite at the Paddock Club for $250,000 toward Trump’s 2024 campaign.


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