"One of the most dramatic races in F1"- Lindsey Vonn shares glimpses from the Monaco Grand Prix as a part of Red Bull racing

F1 Grand Prix of Miami
Lindsey Vonn during F1 Grand Prix

Lindsey Vonn recently traveled to Monaco to watch the iconic Monaco Grand Prix as a Red Bull-sponsored athlete for her racing team. The American athlete is still recovering from a partial knee replacement surgery that she had undergone in April 2024.

Being an Avid fan of motorsport, Lindsey Vonn regularly attends major Formula 1 races. She previously attended the Miami Grand Prix and had the opportunity to test drive on the track as a member of the Red Bull racing team.

Vonn was joined by many of her celebrity pals, and she headed to Instagram to post images from race day at the Monaco Grand Prix. In a series of photos, she is seen enjoying the magnificent view of Monaco from a yacht. Vonn also shared a photo with Bella Hadid and Winnie Harlow as they walked to the race track's starting line.

"Oh Monaco…sooo many great times there and always one of the most dramatic races in F1🇲🇨🏎️💨 Good luck to all the drivers!," she captioned the image.

Moreover, Vonn posed alongside the Red Bull race car as she cheered on for the team.

Lindsey Vonn once wanted to be a Formula 1 driver

Media Interview Sessions - Laureus World Sports Awards Madrid 2024
Media Interview Sessions - Laureus World Sports Awards Madrid 2024

Lindsey Vonn was always fascinated by speed. She discovered a new passion when she drove on a Formula One track in Austria.

During an interview with Olympics.com, she compared her experience driving at 130 mph in Munich to that of a race track, which caused the famous Alpine skier to reconsider her career choices. Lindsey Vonn revealed that she considered switching occupations to become a Formula One driver.

"On the racing track, we went much faster. I had a tendency to go a little too fast on the corners and I would spin out," she said.
“I was thinking about switching to Formula One and trying to be a driver, but I couldn’t because they wanted me to fully commit to three years and they were like, ‘You can’t get pregnant and you can’t do anything’, and I’m like, ‘I don’t know if I really want to do that’. That would have been something that was very exciting for me and the person I am. I would love to do that," she added.

Despite retiring from professional Alpine skiing, Vonn remains glued to multiple sports and shares great enthusiasm about all of them alike.

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