Formula 1 has a habit of attracting the rich and famous out to play for the weekend, and the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas has been no exception to the rule.
A number of celebrities have descended on the Circuit of The Americas this weekend to catch some on-track action.
Some of the names have appeared in the F1 paddock before, but others are first-timers at COTA, keen to get a glimpse of one of the most exciting sports in the world.
Here’s a quick social run-down of the famous faces that have been spotted this weekend.
Tennis star Venus Williams was a guest of Mercedes on Saturday, and even took time to congratulate Lewis Hamilton following his charge to pole position.
Noted actor and villain in the latest James Bond film, Spectre, Christoph Waltz made an appearance in the Mercedes garage, receiving a tour from Hamilton himself.
American actress Rosa Salazar joined Waltz in the Mercedes garage.
NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon took some time out of his busy schedule to pay a visit to COTA, spotted here chatting to Nico Rosberg before the race.
F1 aficionado and TV chef Gordon Ramsay chatted with McLaren chief Ron Dennis ahead of the race – given McLaren’s excellent catering, it was probably not about the food…
McLaren’s other guest is literally out of this world: British astronaut Tim Peake.
Skateboarding star Ryan Scheckler has been with Red Bull all weekend, seen here swapping gear with Daniel Ricciardo.
Skier Lindsey Vonn received a birthday surprise from the Red Bull drivers.
Gerard Butler is another big F1 fan, seen here chatting with Red Bull team boss Christian Horner.
2016 Olympic triathlon champion Gwen Jorgensen also came along (not many free seats in the Red Bull garage!).