Ellie Bamber flashes her toned midriff in a crop top and funky floral flares


Ellie Bamber flashes her toned midriff in a crop top and funky floral flares as she watches the sprint races ahead of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone

Ellie Bamber flashed her toned midriff in a cropped top and wore a pair of funky flared jeans as she arrived at Silverstone on Saturday ahead of the British Grand Prix.

The actress, 24, posed in front of the track as she enjoyed the sunshine ahead of the main race which is due to take place on Sunday.

The star was at the famous sports venue in Northamptonshire to watch the F2 race and F1 practice runs and sprint races, and she looked stylish in a pair of blue denim jeans with a floral print panel at the side to make them flare. 

Ready to race: The actress posed in front of the track as she enjoyed the sunshine ahead of the main race which is due to take place on Sunday

The black and white panel featured a flower towards the bottom of the leg and the waist of the trousers sat high above her hips.

Ellie wore a cropped blue top which left her midriff on show and her arms were uncovered against the cool summer breeze.

She could be seen posing with Freddie Hunt, 34, the son of Formula One legend James Hunt, who died in 1993.

Stylish: Ellie Bamber flashed her toned midriff in a cropped top and wore a pair of funky flared jeans as she arrived at Silverstone on Saturday ahead of the British Grand Prix

Stylish: Ellie Bamber flashed her toned midriff in a cropped top and wore a pair of funky flared jeans as she arrived at Silverstone on Saturday ahead of the British Grand Prix 

Ellie appeared fresh faced, opting for minimal make-up to show off her naturally pretty features.

She accessorised with a pair of simple gold earrings and wore a small hot pink purse on a strap over her shoulder.

The star could be seen with lanyards to her front, granting her access to certain areas of Silverstone.

Famous friends: She could be seen posing with Freddie Hunt, 34, the son of Formula One legend James Hunt, who died in 1993

Famous friends: She could be seen posing with Freddie Hunt, 34, the son of Formula One legend James Hunt, who died in 1993

Made up: Ellie appeared fresh faced, opting for minimal make-up to show off her naturally pretty features

Made up: Ellie appeared fresh faced, opting for minimal make-up to show off her naturally pretty features

Racing driver Freddie matched Ellie with the colour of her top by wearing a navy blue T-shirt.

He wore a dark pair of stonewashed jeans and a pair of matching trainers with bright yellow souls.

The pair visited Silverstone on Saturday before the main race of the British Grand Prix on Sunday.

Access all areas: The star could be seen with lanyards to her front, granting her access to certain areas of Silverstone

Access all areas: The star could be seen with lanyards to her front, granting her access to certain areas of Silverstone

Posing up a storm: Ellie accessorised with a pair of simple gold earrings as she stood in front of the race track with a nearly cloudless blue summer sky behind her

Posing up a storm: Ellie accessorised with a pair of simple gold earrings as she stood in front of the race track with a nearly cloudless blue summer sky behind her

A total of 100,000 watched Max Verstappen, 23, triumph in the first ever Sprint race in Formula One.

The Red Bull star got the jump on Lewis Hamilton, 36, at the start of the 17-lap race

Lewis was unable to keep up with Verstappen and settled for P2 on Saturday with the Sprint determining grid positions for the British Grand Prix on Sunday.

Max Verstappen (left) and Lewis Hamilton are firmly in a battle for the F1 world title this season, with Max qualifying for pole position on Sunday after winning Saturday's race

Lewis Hamilton is chasing Verstappen as he currently sits second

Max Verstappen (left) and Lewis Hamilton are firmly in a battle for the F1 world title this season, with Max qualifying for pole position on Sunday after winning Saturday’s race

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