Cristiano, forced to go to F1

A paddock Formula 1 is one of the most exclusive places in the world of sports and, as such, is used to receiving celebrities wherever it goes They don’t call him the great circus by chance. In particular, every Grand Prix Sunday it is common to see some well-known faces from cinema, television, music or, of course, sport on the grid and in the garages of the teams. Being this weekend the Saudi Arabian GP, ​​it would be normal to see the biggest soccer star they enjoy there, Cristiano Ronaldo, but the news is how.

Perhaps the Portuguese would visit the Jeddah Corniche circuit of his own free will, taking advantage of the F1 visit to the Arab country, but, according to reports from English media such as ‘The Sun’, is required to do so. And it is that, when he signed his exorbitant contract of 500 million euros for seven years with Al Nassr, he also a clause was included by which he must attend the F1 race in Arabia as part of his obligations. One more way to take advantage of the image of CR7 for the benefit of the Arab country.

CR7’s relationship with F1

Of course, it will not be the first time that Cristiano has seen an F1 race on site. He has attended the Monaco GP more than once, the last one in 2019 where he photographed himself with Hamilton in the Mercedes box, and also paid a visit to Maranello in 2021 while playing for Juventus to pose alongside Leclerc and Sainz. Thus, after playing his league game against Abha in Riyadh on Saturday, he should take a plane to Jeddah and once again enter the paddock of F1 during the second race of the World Cup.

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