Watch Man Utd legend David Beckham play keepy-uppies with F1 star Charles Leclerc before Miami Grand Prix
9th May 2022

DAVID BECKHAM proved he has still got the skills as he played keepy-uppies with Charles Leclerc before the Miami Grand Prix.

And the Formula One star showed off his impressive tekkers, too.

The pair found a football in the depths of the Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday.

With a bench between them, they enjoyed a few rallies of football tennis in front of the Ferrari cameras.

Leclerc, 24, was in his iconic red Ferrari racing suit, with the top half wrapped around his waist.

Meanwhile Manchester United legend Becks – the king of suave – opted for a stunning cream suit jacket with a dark shirt and trousers.


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But they still put on a decent display as they knocked the ball around with some neat touches and control.

Beckham, 47, wowed the onlookers with a cheeky backheel before the Monegasque driver tried his luck with an ambitious shoulder.

They then came together and shook hands before having a quick chat.

Maybe Beckham was asking Leclerc to give up F1 to provide his struggling Inter Miami side with a much-needed boost.

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Relaxed Leclerc headed off to go and get ready for the race, for which he started on pole.

But a fine drive from Max Verstappen saw the reigning champ claim the inaugural Miami GP win.

In turn he cut Leclerc's lead at the top of the drivers' championship to 19 points.

Lewis Hamilton struggled to sixth, behind team-mate George Russell again, then slammed his Mercedes team for their pit-stop strategy.

Becks was one of many A-list celebrities enjoying the brand-new race in Florida.

He joined sporting heroes Michael Jordan, Tom Brady and Serena and Venus Williams in the VIP paddock guest list.

Michelle Obama, Pharrell Williams and DJ Khaled also took in the drama.

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But Sky's Martin Brundle stole the show with another brilliant pit-lane walk.

He failed to recognise ex-basketball icon Dwayne Wade and then mistook NBA star Paolo Banchero for NFL superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes as viewers at home were left in hysterics.

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