UFC icon Conor McGregor joined Formula 1 royalty and flaunted his $4.4 million Lamborghini super yacht in Monaco on the weekend.
UFC superstar Conor McGregor joined racing royalty and flaunted his AU$4.4 million Lamborghini super yacht during his Monaco Grand Prix holiday last week.
The 33-year-old docked his new yacht in Monaco after spending the previous week mixing with stars such as Kylie Minogue at the Cannes Film Festival, The Irish Sun reports.
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“Pulling into Monaco for the F1 Grand Prix! A dream come true for me,” McGregor posted to Instagram alongside an image of him preparing to dock the lavish boat.
It is reported that during the Monaco Grand Prix, mooring rates can skyrocket to over $139,000 for a five-day stay in the port’s prime locations.
McGregor sported a floral Versace shirt as he linked up with some of F1’s biggest stars.
He was pictured with fellow Irish millionaire Eddie Jordan as well as Haas driver Mick Schumacher, son of the seven-time champion Michael Schumacher.
Haas also shared short videos of McGregor’s visit, in which the UFC ace proclaims: “Winners right here … number one right here … Mick Schumacher, Kevin Magnussen! Lets go, lads!”
He was also given a tour of the garage, and oversaw the preparation of the car.
McGregor spoke to Sky Sports ahead of the race, which was won by Red Bull’s Sergio Perez. “After today’s qualifying round our cars are exceptional. I believe there was a crash that damaged the two top team’s cars,” he said.
“I believe there is something special brewing and it’s for Haas, I’m rooting for Haas.”
And speaking of Mick Schumacher and Kevin Magnussen, McGregor said: “Racing royalty. I feel it’s written, I can feel it in the air, I feel it in the air for the boys and I’m rooting for them and I’m wishing them all the best.”
Unfortunately, both Schumacher and Magnussen were among the cars that did not finish in Monaco.
This article originally appeared on The Irish Sun and was reproduced with permission