McLaren Racing drivers Daniel Ricardo and Lando Norris admit they can be a little “naughty” off the track.
They both dined their best hotel tours during the Formula One Miami Grand Prix at the Hilton Bentley Miami / South Beach on Saturday.
“I mean, I just dusted the room, I dusted the whole floor,” recalls 32-year-old Ricardo of a memorable stay at the hotel.
When the moderator asked Norris to share his own tea from around the world, the 22-year-old driver turned to Ricardo, whispered something in his ear, which made the crowd shout.
Whether or not that gossip can go unnoticed, Norris shared with the audience a story from his first F1 season in 2019, when the entire team occupied an entire floor of the Hilton Hotel to vent his anger.
“We were kicked out of the pool. We were naughty in the pool և everyone, not just me, came out. So we went upstairs [and] “He organized a nice party in the rooms,” Norris recalled.
“And that was it, so I apologize if there were people upstairs or downstairs who were worried. But yes, it was fun. ”
Ricardo really praised Hilton, but said that the hotel company always does a great job of making sure his uniform is clean and ready.
“I’m going to say something not crazy, but they help me a lot to stay fresh on race day,” Ricardo said. “There have been many cases where we sweat in our suits, sometimes we use them a lot on the race weekend, we have to clean or wash them in a short time.”
He added. “They are very fast and efficient, returning smelly dirty clothes clean and perfectly.”
The party, of course, continued for the drivers as they celebrated the Grand Prix in South Florida, which took place gathered by celebrities.
Norris was spotted celebrating at E11even with AlphaTauri driver Pierre Gusli despite a collision between the pair in the 40th lap of Sunday night.
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