'World Cup's sexiest fan' dazzles as she tours round Aston Martin garage at Las Vegas GP



Posted Saturday, November 18, 2023 by Dailystar.co.uk

A year on from shooting to World Cup fame, Ivana Knoll has swapped the football stands for the glitz and glamour of the Las Vegas Grand Prix

'World Cup's sexiest fan' dazzles as she tours round Aston Martin garage at Las Vegas GP
Ivana Knoll stunned fans as she strutted around Aston Martin's garage

The 'World Cup’s sexiest fan’ has swapped the football stands for Formula One garages as she appeared at the Las Vegas Grand Prix.

Ivana Knoll shot to fame at the Qatar World Cup one year ago and has seen her profile and influence grow as she travels around the world. The brunette beauty became a regular feature of Croatia’s games in Qatar as cameras spotted her in skimpy-clad outfits cheering on Zlatko Dalic’s side.

She’s since spent plenty of time in the US as well as catching rays whilst holidaying around the world. But this weekend she headed to Sin City to take in what’s billed to be the incredible spectacle of the Las Vegas GP.

Ivana posted a video of herself strutting around the Aston Martin garage and posing in front of the chassis of Fernando Alonso’s car ahead of the first practice session, as perplexed mechanics looked on awkwardly in the background.

Her fans were quick to comment on her presence at the event and the eye-catching blue outfit she was wearing. One comment said on Twitter: “Those F1 cars go 220 mph but this post got 220 jigglewatts per hour”, a second read: “Very, very nice.”

'World Cup's sexiest fan' dazzles as she tours round Aston Martin garage at Las Vegas GP
Ivana waved fans into Aston Martin's garage

Others poked fun at the mechanic in the background who made a quick exit from the shoot, saying: “The mechanic behind, I ain't falling for these distractions”. Whilst another added: “We know you’re just there for Alonso”.

Unfortunately for Ivana and F1 viewers around the world, there wasn’t much action on Friday morning after FP1 was red flagged after just nine minutes and later abandoned after Carlos Sainz’s Ferrari and Esteban Ocon's Alpine hit a loose manhole cover on track.

The first Las Vegas Grand Prix since 1982 couldn’t have got off to a worse start after months of build up for the newest jewel in F1’s crown.



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