Gordon Ramsey, Sylvester Stallone and football legends watch on from star-studded crowd at Italian GP


GORDON RAMSAY and Sylvester Stallone paid a visit to the paddock in a star-studded Italian GP.

The celebrity chef, 55, walked hand in hand with his daughter Holly in Monza – just as he did at Silverstone in July.

Gordon Ramsey walked hand in hand with daughter Holly

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Gordon Ramsey walked hand in hand with daughter HollyCredit: Reuters
Sylvester Stallone visited Red Bull and posed for photos with Sergio Perez and Max Vertsappen

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Sylvester Stallone visited Red Bull and posed for photos with Sergio Perez and Max VertsappenCredit: Getty
Hugh Grant was accompanied by his wife Anna in Monza

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Hugh Grant was accompanied by his wife Anna in MonzaCredit: Getty
Zlatan Ibrahimovic was mobbed by fans at Monza

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic was mobbed by fans at MonzaCredit: Getty
Pierre Gasly posed for a photo with AC Milan stars Olivier Giroud and Davide Calabria

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Pierre Gasly posed for a photo with AC Milan stars Olivier Giroud and Davide CalabriaCredit: Getty
Roberto Mancini was also in attendance

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Roberto Mancini was also in attendanceCredit: PA

And while Tom Cruise joined him on the track on that occasion, in Italy another Hollywood A-lister was present – Stallone.

The 76-year-old actor was a special guest for Red Bull and met drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez.

He was also snapped sharing a joke with Team principal Christian Horner.

British actor Hugh Grant was also in attendance with his wife Anna Eberstein.

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There were also plenty of football legends in attendance including Italian duo Fabio Cappello and current Azzurri boss Roberto Mancini.

AC Milan stars Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Olivier Giroud and Davide Calabria also made the short trip to Monza with the latter posing for photos alongside Scuderia AlphaTauri pair Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda.

Former footballers Mark Noble and Patrice Evra also visited the paddock and posed for photos with fans.

Giroud, who scored the winner for Milan against Sampdoria on Saturday, would likely have been delighted to see his compatriot Charles Leclerc leading the race.

Former England manager Fabio Capello was one of many football legends at Monza

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Former England manager Fabio Capello was one of many football legends at MonzaCredit: PA

The Ferrari star had pole in his team’s home race with championship leader Max Verstappen down in seventh.

Meanwhile, Sir Lewis Hamilton started 19th but by the midway stage in the race was up to sixth, two places behind team-mate George Russell in fourth.

Verstappen also raced brilliantly and occupied second place before the halfway point.





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