Cara Delevingne stuns in black dress as she parties with Formula E chairman Alejandro Agag

She spent the day chatting away to professional racing car drivers at the London E-Prix while wearing a personalised race suit.

But Cara Delevingne slipped into something a little more glamorous when she attended Formula E chairman Alejandro Agag’s dinner party on the Thames on Saturday evening.

The star, 28, wowed in a glittering black mini-dress that ensured all eyes were on her supermodel pins, with the thigh-skimming number also featuring striking embroidery of a dragon breathing fire at two angels.

Wow: Cara Delevingne, 28, wowed in a glittering black mini-dress when she attended Formula E chairman Alejandro Agag’s dinner party on the Thames on Saturday

Striking: Cara's thigh-skimming number featured striking embroidery of a dragon breathing fire at two angels

Striking: Cara’s thigh-skimming number featured striking embroidery of a dragon breathing fire at two angels

Wearing her glossy brunette hair swept up into a high ponytail, Cara teamed her statement-making frock with a pair of towering black boots and made her look pop with puffs of bright purple eyeshadow.

Wrapping up beneath a chic leather jacket while enjoying the view from the boat’s deck, the runway star accessorised with layers of gold necklaces and adorned her ears with show-stopping gold hoops.

The star also posed for snaps alongside Alejandro, 50, before heading below deck where she was seen sitting next to the Spanish businessman while enjoying a glass of wine over dinner.        

It comes hours after the supermodel flashed her abs in a black crop top and race suit at the London E-Prix.

Friends: Cara - who accessorised with layers of gold necklaces and adorned her ears with show-stopping gold hoops - also posed for snaps alongside Alejandro, 50

Friends: Cara – who accessorised with layers of gold necklaces and adorned her ears with show-stopping gold hoops – also posed for snaps alongside Alejandro, 50

Standing tall: Wearing her glossy brunette hair swept up into a high ponytail, Cara teamed her statement-making frock with a pair of towering black boots

Pops of purple: The star added puffs of purple eyeshadow to her look

Standing tall: Wearing her glossy brunette hair swept up into a high ponytail, Cara teamed her statement-making frock with a pair of towering black boots

Below deck: Cara headed below deck where she was seen sitting next to the Spanish businessman while enjoying a glass of wine over dinner

Below deck: Cara headed below deck where she was seen sitting next to the Spanish businessman while enjoying a glass of wine over dinner

The model and actress  joined professional racing car driver António Félix Da Costa as they discussed driving equipment at the DS Techeetah garage ahead of the Formula E competition, as well as Strictly’s Karen Hauer.   

Her long-sleeved one-piece featured her name embroidered on the front and the Formula E logo, which she wore over the one-shoulder crop top. 

Cara styled her brunette tresses in relaxed waves and enhanced her famous features with a light make-up look. 

Busy day: It comes hours after the supermodel flashed her abs in a black crop top and race suit at the London E-Prix

Busy day: It comes hours after the supermodel flashed her abs in a black crop top and race suit at the London E-Prix 

Strictly’s Karen, 34, also showed off her taut midriff in a grey sports bra.

She teamed the ab-baring piece with baggy black trousers and a matching blazer. 

Meanwhile António, 29, wore a branded DS Techeetah shirt. The duo looked over an electric car prototype together and the racing driver used his expertise to examine the complex equipment. Cara appeared fascinated by the discussion. 

Style: Cara's long-sleeved one-piece featured her name embroidered on the front and the Formula E logo, which she wore over the one-shoulder crop top

Style: Cara’s long-sleeved one-piece featured her name embroidered on the front and the Formula E logo, which she wore over the one-shoulder crop top

Out and about: Strictly's Karen, 34, also showed off her taut midriff in a grey sports bra which she teamed with baggy black trousers and a matching blazer

Out and about: Strictly’s Karen, 34, also showed off her taut midriff in a grey sports bra which she teamed with baggy black trousers and a matching blazer

Radiant: Cara styled her brunette tresses in relaxed waves and enhanced her famous features with a light make-up look

Pose: She looked incredible in the all-black ensemble

Radiant: Cara styled her brunette tresses in relaxed waves and enhanced her famous features with a light make-up look

VIP: Dancer Karen had her incredible figure on display in her stylish black and grey ensemble

VIP: Dancer Karen had her incredible figure on display in her stylish black and grey ensemble 

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

Stoffel has been racing in FE for three seasons now, currently representing Mercedes-EQ.

He is also on stand-by as a reserve driver for the German constructor’s F1 team. 

Company: The actress joined professional racing car driver António Félix Da Costa as they discussed driving equipment at the DS Techeetah garage ahead of the Formula E competition

Company: The actress joined professional racing car driver António Félix Da Costa as they discussed driving equipment at the DS Techeetah garage ahead of the 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

All smiles: The star looked happy as she attended the event in her racing suit

 All smiles: The star looked happy as she attended the event in her racing suit 

Cars: She posed for pictures at the event in front of one of the racing cars in her suitable outfit

Cars: She posed for pictures at the event in front of one of the racing cars in her suitable outfit 

Chatting: Alejandro and Cara wasted no time in discussing the cars

Chatting: Alejandro and Cara wasted no time in discussing the cars

Interviews: Cara sat on one of the grey racing cars as she chatted to one of the camera crews

Interviews: Cara sat on one of the grey racing cars as she chatted to one of the camera crews

Hug: Cara and Formula E racing driver Jean-Eric Vergne posed together for a snap at the event

Hug: Cara and Formula E racing driver Jean-Eric Vergne posed together for a snap at the event

The 29-year-old watches F1 from afar now on race days but due to his partnership with Mercedes, he still keeps a close eye on the drama that unfolds. 

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

‘Basically my main focus is the FE programme, because that’s my racing programme. But it is still good to be involved in the F1 side because it has helped me to bring some of the knowledge into the FE team.

Tousled style: Cara styled her brunette tresses in relaxed waves and enhanced her famous features with a light make-up look

Tousled style: Cara styled her brunette tresses in relaxed waves and enhanced her famous features with a light make-up look

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

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

‘Mercedes are obviously a very established and successful team, and there are a lot of positives and experiences you can take away from there.’

The transition from F1 to FE certainly hasn’t been the easiest, and Stoffel was quick to echo that sentiment.

The fuel-powered F1 machinery has obvious advantages in regards to top speed and pace on the straight circuits. 

F1 cars can reach a maximum speed of up to 230mph, while FE cars possess figures of approximately 174mph. The power unit output from F1 cars is substantially higher too.   

Conversation The duo looked over an electric car prototype together and the racing driver used his expertise to examine the complex equipment

Conversation The duo looked over an electric car prototype together and the racing driver used his expertise to examine the complex equipment

Engaged: Cara appeared fascinated by the discussion

Engaged: Cara appeared fascinated by the discussion

But since its inception in 2011 – with the founding idea to race through the streets of the most iconic cities in the world – FE has grown from strength-to-strength and is continuing to attract a big audience.

‘It is a massive difference,’ Stoffel added when detailing the transition from F1 to FE. 

‘The cars are completely different, and I would say the whole way you drive is quite bizarre. When you’re coming from all the junior series ranks, then you get to Formula One, every step you do kind of makes sense. Because every step up, the car has more power, more downforce, and the way of driving is very similar. 

‘Formula E is a lot different, like I had to learn how to brake again because we have the regen on the rear of the car, so we are basically not using rear brakes. We are using the regeneration of the motor to slow down the car. So that feeling is very strange in the beginning when all of your career, you have not used electric cars.’ 

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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