Kaitlin Olson’s $50 million worth Hollywood actor husband Rob McElhenney spotted at the Las Vegas GP in the Alpine garage

Rob McElhenney is an investor in the Alpine F1 team.


Kaitlin Olson’s $50 million worth Hollywood actor husband Rob McElhenney spotted at the Las Vegas GP in the Alpine garage

Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson with an Alpine car at the center (images via IMAGO)

The Las Vegas GP weekend is underway. The Las Vegas GP is expected to attract some big names and celebrities over the course of the weekend. Formula 1 has planned a glamorous race weekend in Sin City after investing almost half a billion dollars. Now, Hollywood actor Rob McElhenney was spotted in the Alpine garage. McElhenney is the husband of star American actor Kaitlin Olson.

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The American actor is an investor in the Enstone-based team. McElhenney is part of the investment group that owns a 24% stake in the Alpine F1 team including Ryan Reynolds and Michael B Jordan. Subsequently, the 46-year-old visited his team at the Las Vegas GP, as it is perhaps the biggest spectacle on the F1 calendar this season.

Rob McElhenney was spotted in the Alpine garage during the final practice session. F1’s official X account posted a picture of the 46-year-old watching the session. McElhenney was paying attention to Alpine drivers, Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly as the two hit the Las Vegas Strip Circuit in the ending stages of FP3.

Las Vegas GP is the biggest F1 event in recent history

Formula 1 and Liberty Media have high expectations for the inaugural Las Vegas GP. The sport might earn at least $100 million from this year’s race. Moreover, as per reports, Las Vegas is expected to receive over $1.3 billion from the Grand Prix in economic benefits. Although, a large chunk of this sum could be credited to the high prices for the weekend.

Las Vegas GP circuit during FP2
Las Vegas GP circuit during Free Practice (Via F1)

More stars such as Rob McElhenney will be attending the Las Vegas GP. The opening ceremony for the race had some of the most talented music artists such as Thirty Seconds to Mars, J Balvin, and Keith Urban. Certainly, F1 has blended well with the glitz and glamor of Sin City with a long-term plan for the race.

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The Las Vegas GP will see more stars attending the event till the main race. This will in turn boost the sport’s popularity in the United States which is a priority market for the sport. However, the traditional fans of the sport are more interested to see whether the inaugural Vegas race can deliver on the racing front as well.

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