Cara Delevingne dons stylish racing suit at the London E-Prix 2021

She always looks sensational no matter the outfit.

And Cara Delevingne looked quintessentially stylish on Saturday as she donned a race suit at Silverstone Circuit for round 12 of the London E-Prix.

The model and actress, 28, joined professional racing driver António Félix Da Costa as they discussed driving gear in the DS Techeetah garage ahead of Formula E competition.

I’ve got the kit: Cara Delevingne looked quintessentially stylish on Saturday as she slipped into a race suit at Silverstone Circuit for round 12 of the London E-Prix

Her one-piece long sleeves had her name embroidered on the front and the Formula E logo.

Cara styled her brunette locks in relaxed waves and enhanced her famous features with a light makeup look.

Meanwhile, António, 29, wore a DS Techeetah brand shirt. The duo looked at a prototype electric car together, and the driver used his expertise to examine the complex equipment. Cara seemed fascinated by the discussion.

Earlier this week, driver Stoffel Vandoorne discussed his ‘painful’ crossover from Formula 1 to Formula E – the all-electric racing series that accelerates at a rapid pace.

Company: The 28-year-old actress joined professional racing driver António Félix Da Costa as they discussed driving gear in the DS Techeetah garage ahead of Formula E competition

Company: The 28-year-old actress joined professional racing driver António Félix Da Costa as they discussed driving gear in the DS Techeetah garage ahead of Formula E competition

Racewear: Her long-sleeved one-piece featured her name embroidered on the front and the Formula E logo

Racewear: Her long-sleeved one-piece featured her name embroidered on the front and the Formula E logo

Stoffel has now raced in the FE for three seasons and currently represents Mercedes-EQ, while also serving as a reserve driver for the German constructor’s F1 team.

The 29-year-old now watches F1 from a distance on race days but through his partnership with Mercedes, he still keeps a close eye on the drama unfolding.

Speaking about his career in the world of electric racing, he said: ‘I really see my future in FE to be honest. Obviously I’m lucky to have both sides of the pie, with the reserve driver role and the FE side, so it’s good to be involved in both.

“My main focus is on the FE program because that is my race program. But it’s still good to be involved with the F1 side because it helped me bring some of the knowledge into the FE team.

Tousled Style: Cara has styled her dark brown locks in relaxed waves and enhanced her famous features with a light makeup look

Tousled Style: Cara has styled her dark brown locks in relaxed waves and enhanced her famous features with a light makeup look

Style: Meanwhile, António, 29, wore a DS Techeetah branded shirt

Style: Meanwhile, António, 29, wore a DS Techeetah branded shirt

“Mercedes is clearly a very established and successful team, and there are a lot of positives and experiences you can take there.”

The transition from F1 to FE was certainly not the easiest, and Stoffel was quick to repeat that feeling.

The fuel-powered F1 machines have clear advantages in terms of top speed and pace on the straight tracks.

F1 cars can reach a maximum speed of 230 mph, while FE cars have a speed of about 274 mph. The power of the power unit of F1 cars is also significantly higher.

Conversation The duo looked at a prototype electric car together and the driver used his expertise to examine the complex equipment

Conversation The duo looked at a prototype electric car together and the driver used his expertise to examine the complex equipment

Involved: Cara seemed fascinated by the discussion

Involved: Cara seemed fascinated by the discussion

But since its inception in 2011 – with the idea of ​​racing through the streets of the world’s most iconic cities – FE has grown from strength to strength and continues to attract a large audience.

“It’s a huge difference,” Stoffel added when describing the transition from F1 to FE.

“The cars are completely different, and I’d say the whole way you drive is kind of bizarre. If you come from all ranks of the junior series, then you get into Formula 1, every step you take makes sense. Because every step up the car has more power, more downforce and the way of driving is very similar.

“Formula E is very different, like I had to relearn how to brake because we have the rain at the back of the car, so basically we don’t use rear brakes. We use the regeneration of the engine to slow down the car. So that feeling is really weird in the beginning if you haven’t used electric cars all your career.’

Stay protected: she stared intently at António who was seen wearing a black face mask

Stay protected: she stared intently at António who was seen wearing a black face mask

The future is electric: Formula E is the all-electric racing series that is accelerating at a rapid pace

The future is electric: Formula E is the all-electric racing series that is accelerating at a rapid pace

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