Kelly Piquet showcased her sensational figure in a white bikini as she soaked up the sun on the beach in Miami on Monday.
The model, 34, who is the girlfriend of Formula 1 racing driver Max Verstappen, 25, flaunted her toned physique in the eye catching two-piece by PrettyLittleThing.
She turned up the heat as she added a bold oversized zebra print shirt which she wore unbuttoned as she walked along the beach.
Kelly celebrated her beau’s recent victory at the Miami Grand Prix, where Verstappen reigned supreme, in style as she relaxed on a sun lounger.
The Brazilian model applied a flawless palette of makeup and accesorised with a pair of chunky gold hoop earrings.
She left her long brunette tresses loose as they blew in the ocean breeze.
Kelly later added a pair of crisp white Levi denim shorts over the bikini and carried a pair of black Hermes sandals as she departed the beach for the day.
She carried her belongings around in a large beige tote bag and shielded from the sun behind a pair of chic black sunglasses.
It comes as Verstappen celebrated his second Miami Grand Prix victory at a trendy Greek restaurant with Kelly, A-list DJ Martin Garrix, and 11 friends and family at the weekend.
The group enjoyed craft cocktails and a feast of Mediterranean shared plates at Doya – a Michelin Guide-approved spot in the Wynwood Arts District, where the Dutchman is a regular whenever he’s in town.
The restaurant erupted into applause when Verstappen, his girlfriend Kelly, and the rest of his party arrived, around 9:30pm on Sunday.
They were seated in a semi-private area of the restaurant where onlookers could catch glimpses of the two-time F1 champ’. The group closed the restaurant, staying well past 1am.
In great spirits, Verstappen spoke with the restaurant’s owners, Executive Chef Erhan Kostepen, Jerry Böck and Rob van den Blink and cheerfully posed for photos with fans.
Verstappen may’ve liked his stay in Miami but several other F1 drivers expressed their unhappiness with the pomp, circumstances with the sport’s latest Grand Prix race.
George Russell, the director of the Grand Prix Drivers Association, was the first to take the issue public following Sunday’s race.
The Mercedes driver said drivers met two days before the race and voiced their displeasure with festivities and distractions around the racetrack, which exceeded the normal ride around a circuit while waving to the fans as the traditional pre-race activity.
Russell said it was hot as they waited for LL Cool J to call their name. And the drivers were were only moments away from a 57-lap race in which they’d prefer to use their time mentally preparing for twists and turns.
‘I guess it’s the ”American way” of doing things during sport,’ the British driver said. ‘I am here to race. I’m not here for the show, I’m here to win.
‘I don’t think there is any other sport in the world that 30 minutes before you go out to do your business, you are out there in the sun, all the cameras on you and making a bit of a show of it. I can appreciate that in the entertainment world.’
‘We are open to changes, but I guess we wouldn´t want to see it every weekend.’
As the list of grumbling drivers grew following Verstappen’s third win of the season, F1 on Monday said the drivers had indeed expressed concern about the timing of the pre-race activities but agreed to give it a try.
A spokesman said F1 would continue discussions with the drivers over special pre-race shows, which is anticipated at no more than seven events this season and all tailored to the specific race.
F1 promised further discussions with the drivers’ association, and stressed the only real complaint was ‘the extra time’ it took.