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Tom Cruise among star-studded British GP guest list as 140,000 fans watch action-packed race at Silverstone

HOLLYWOOD legend Tom Cruise was just one of many famous faces at Silverstone on Sunday afternoon for the British Grand Prix.

Arsenal skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, tennis youngster Emma Raducanu and musician Dave were also in attendance.

Tom Cruise led a star-studded list of celebs at Silverstone for the British GP
Move star Michael Douglas was also at the iconic track on Sunday afternoon

Sir Mo Farah was spotted wearing a protective boot after failing to qualify for the Olympics

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang enjoyed the big event

The Arsenal skipper was joined at Silverstone by team-mate Alexandre Lacazette

Cruise, 59, was arguably the biggest celeb at Silverstone after attending the Euro 2020 final between England and Italy last Sunday.

He was joined at the iconic racing track by fellow movie stars Harrison Ford and Michael Douglas.

Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah was also at the GP wearing a protective boot on his left foot after failing to qualify for the Tokyo Games.

And he wasn’t the only sporting hero in attendance as Auba and Arsenal team-mate Alexandre Lacazette made the journey from North London.

Raducanu, 18, was pictured with the footballers after reaching the fourth round of Wimbledon earlier this month.

The music industry was represented by British rapper Dave, known for his platinum-selling tune ‘Thiago Silva’ – named after the Chelsea defender.


Breakthrough tennis star Emma Raducanu was in attendance

Rapper Dave was spotted at Silverstone

Fitness guru Joe Wicks had a picture with Lando Norris’ McLaren

Brit Norris met Prince Edward and wife Sophie

Joe Wicks – aka The Body Coach – was there after helping the nation keep fit during lockdown with his YouTube PE classes.

And royalty were in attendance at Silverstone, with Prince Edward and wife Sophie meeting McLaren star Lando Norris.

Championship leader Max Verstappen endured a nightmare afternoon at the British GP after crashing out in the first lap.

Reigning champion Lewis Hamilton was blamed for the clash and received a 10-second penalty – but still claimed victory at Silverstone.

Hamilton started the race 33 points behind Verstappen in the Drivers’ Championship after the Dutchman won Saturday’s historic sprint race.

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