F1’s Pierre Gasly gets a signed Miami Dolphins jersey from Tyreek Hill with wide receiver joking ‘my feet faster than your car’ as driver goes behind the scenes at team’s facility with Miami Grand Prix 100 days away
Formula One driver Pierre Gasly was given a warm welcome by Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill at the team’s training complex Thursday.
The Frenchman, who represents Alpine, went behind the scenes of the facility during F1’s offseason.
Hill took time out of his day to accommodate the 26-year-old and gifted him a signed jersey with his name and No. 10 on.
F1 driver Pierre Gasly (R) was given a warm welcome by Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill (L)
Hill took time out of his day to accommodate the 26-year-old and gifted him a signed jersey
The wide receiver added a personal touch to the signature, writing: ‘My feet faster than your car!!! Beat you in a race!!!’
The pair were pictured sprinting down a football field in a race at the Baptist Health training complex in Florida.
The Dolphins teased out future content involving the duo, posting: ‘Dropping something fun soon with @f1miami’ via its official Twitter account.
Pair were seen sprinting down a football field at the Baptist Health training complex in Florida
The Dolphins teased out future content involving the duo with the Miami Grand Prix in May
Gasly will return to Miami later this year when the F1 circuit heads to the area for the second time.
Miami Grand Prix organizers revealed plans for a brand new three-tier Paddock Club that overlooks the start-finish line for 2023 race just last week.
The 2022 race did not stand out for its performance and organizers have repaved the entire 3.36-mile race track in the hope of more overtaking this year.
The 2023 race will be held across the weekend of May 5 to May 7.
In 2022, F1 had a roughly $1billion impact on the US economy, and that figure is expected to grow once the season starts this year.