Michael Jordan, Tom Brady, Lewis Hamilton, David Beckham Take Photo at F1 Grand Prix

Michael Jordan, Tom Brady, Lewis Hamilton, David Beckham Take Photo at F1 Grand Prix

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It would be challenging to catch more
star power from the sports world than Tampa Bay Buccaneers
quarterback Tom Brady carried out in a photo Sunday at the Miami Grand

The NFL super star posted an image of
himself alongside NBA legend Michael Jordan, soccer legend David
Beckham and seven-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton:

That’s a great deal of championships standing
side by side. In addition to Hamilton’s F1 titles, Brady has won seven
Super Bowls, Jordan caught 6 NBA titles and Beckham protected 10 league

The photo assists showcase the fast
growth of the sport’s appeal in the United States, which has
coincided closely with the smash-hit Netflix documentary Formula 1:
Drive to Survive
, a behind-the-scenes series that debuted in 2019.

It’s the first time Miami has actually hosted an
F1 race as part of a 10- year deal, and the racing series is including a.
Las Vegas night race to its schedule in2023 The U.S. Grand Prix, which has actually happened in Texas since 2012, has been held on 50 celebrations since 1908.

Hamilton described Wednesday he was.
amazed by the length of time it took F1 to capture on in a sport-rich nation like the U.S., however he’s happy that’s started to change and thinks the Miami event can become a trademark event similar to.
NASCAR’s Daytona 500 in Florida.

” At one phase we didn’t have actually a.
Grand Prix here, then we only had one Grand Prix. Now we’re.
expanding. I believe this is going to be like our Super Bowl,”.
Hamilton said “I am so happy to be in Miami. This is the.
sport’s very first time here and the anticipation of this event has just.

Getting public support from the likes.
of Jordan, Brady and Beckham, an Englishman who now co-owns the Inter.
Miami soccer club in MLS, provides a significant boost to those efforts.

The Miami Grand Prix green flag is.
set up to wave Sunday at 3: 30 p.m. ET on ESPN.

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