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“Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me,” sang Taylor Swift, leaving the Buenos Aires crowd in a frenzy last year. She performed it for her beau and Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. Interestingly, the guy on the Chiefs and his rockstar GF will be ‘coming straight home’ to Monaco this weekend. The NFL world has witnessed ‘it’ couple’s romance up close and personal, but F1 (where Kelce owns a team, Alpine, with Patrick Mahomes) still craves to see the lovebirds firsthand. The duo who were rumored to be getting engaged are instead going to be in Formula 1’s Mecca this weekend and on a double date!!

According to The Sun, Travis and Taylor will attend the Monaco Grand Prix. An insider close to Kelce said he plans on flying to Europe early this week in time for the Grand Prix on Sunday, May 26. First, however, he’ll stop in Portugal to see Taylor (she’s performing in Lisbon), and then the two will head to Monaco together. They’re also reportedly meeting up with Patrick and Brittany Mahomes, which will make it a double date of NFL royalty in the Monaco principality.

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McLaren F1 Team set to run special Ayrton Senna livery in Monaco GP

Monaco GP is a crown jewel, being motorsports on one crown in the prestigious triple crown. Every driver wishes to win a race in the principality once in their lifetime. And there was one who won it six times. The legendary driver Ayrton Senna, who sadly passed away in 1994, has been the McLaren team’s most successful driver and to commemorate his precious legacy, the Woking-based outfit has decided to pay a unique tribute.

3x world champion Senna is McLaren’s most successful driver, racing for the team between 1988 and 1993. In this period, he secured 35 of his 41 Grand Prix wins, plus three drivers’ titles and four constructors’ championships. King of Monaco, Ayrton Senna, won six times in the Principality, including five times in a row from 1989.

After a tribute-filled weekend at Imola, Senna and Austrian driver Roland Ratzenberger’s lives were celebrated three decades after their fatal accidents at the track. Monaco will be a continuation of racing in Brazilian driver’s memory. Have you seen the new McLaren livery? If yes, what are your thoughts on it? Let us know in the comments.