Inside F1 champ Max Verstappen's loved up holiday with Kelly Piquet with model stunning in bikini and see-through dress | The Sun

MAX VERSTAPPEN has spent Formula One's mid-season break on holiday in the Mediterranean with girlfriend Kelly Piquet.

The reigning world champion, 25, is dominating on the track in 2023, winning ten races out of 12 heading into the four-week summer hiatus.

And he was all smiles with partner Kelly as Verstappen shared a picture of them dressed in smart clothes.

The racing driver- just one of many F1 stars to enjoy luxury summer holidays – wore a shirt, trousers and trainers, while Kelly donned a white dress and heels.

Verstappen also shared an image of him relaxing on a float in the ocean while topless.

Meanwhile, Kelly has posted a host of photos including her in a stunning black bikini and see-through dress.


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She also shared pictures of the pair holding hands and kissing as they relax in the sunshine.

In her captions, she says the pair have been to Corsica and Sardinia.

And she replied to one of her own posts, saying: "My best summer ❤️."

Reacting to the photos, one person said: "Kelly is glowing 😍😍🔥."

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While another added: "Ahwwww cuties!😍❤️."

Kelly, 34, the daughter of three-time F1 world champion Nelson Piquet, has been with Verstappen since January 2021.

She previously dated former Red Bull driver Daniil Kvyat for two years.

Kelly and Kvyat have a daughter together – Penelope, four.

Meanwhile, Verstappen will return to the paddock for the Dutch Grand Prix on August 27.

He is on course to smash his own record of 15 wins in a single season – while he closes in on a third successive world title in the process.

If he claims nine of the final ten races, he will also move above both Alain Prost and Sebastian Vettel to become the driver with the third most wins in F1 history.

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