AMBER LOUNGE MARKS ITS CRYSTAL ANNIVERSARY IN MAGNIFICENT STYLE WITH A-LISTERS, ROYALTY AND ELEVEN F1 DRIVERS IN ATTENDANCE
This past weekend marked the 15th Anniversary of Amber Lounge, a major milestone for the world-renowned entertainment brand, respected for its luxurious hospitality, impeccable service and iconic events.
For three extraordinary nights, Amber Lounge delivered a thrilling non-stop nightlife experience, hosting sell out events with over 3,000 attendees. Joining a spectacular Crystal Anniversary edition, A-listers, royalty and industry heavyweights immersed in electrifying moments and raised a toast to the legendary parties.
Ricciardo completed a brilliant clean sweep that including topping all three practice sessions, plus all three segments of qualifying. The win was the seventh of his career, but his first when starting from within the top three, with Sebastian Vettel back on the podium in second place, Lewis Hamilton in P3, his sixth podium in Monte Carlo and Kimi Raikkonen fending off Bottas in the Mercedes to claim fourth.
Lewis Hamilton took his 64th career victory today – his third at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and second of the 2018 season. Valtteri Bottas finished today’s Spanish Grand Prix in P2 – completing a 1-2 for the team with his 25th career podium.
Sebastian Vettel won with Scuderia Ferrari, but at the moment, the thoughts of everyone in the team are with the mechanic who was injured during Kimi Raikkonen’s pit stop, the Finn stopping and retiring immediately after in pit lane. As for the Grand Prix, it was closely contested right down to the final corner and the win came courtesy of a well thought out strategy and the abilities of the driver who managed to make a set of Soft tyres last 38 laps no less, on a track that is one of the hardest on tyres.
The first team group set off for Australia last Friday and the last members will arrive mid-week. Such a long trip, 16,000 kilometres and a whole day travelling, takes a bit of planning, especially as it’s the first of the season. In fact, the team is actually “operational” at the track as from Wednesday.
Lagonda aims to be the world’s first zero emission luxury brand – a reinvention of the world-renowned luxury marque, unapologetically taking full advantage of the latest advances in emission-free powertrain and autonomous driving technologies.