OnlyFans star infiltrates Aston Martin’s garage at 2023 Spanish GP

Iesha Pirito is an OnlyFans star and F1 influencer, predominantly on social media platform TikTok.

Last weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix was as always, an event attended by stars from across the board, including OnlyFans.

OnlyFans star and Formula 1 influencer Iesha Pirito was in attendance throughout the weekend at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, as she watched on as reigning World Champion Max Verstappen claimed his fifth win of the 2023 season.

She posted snaps of herself outside several garages throughout the weekend, with her having asked her fans: “How do I get VIP every race?”

Pirito also took a photo with an Aston Martin engineer next to Lance Stroll’s AMR23, with it having been captioned: “10/10 strategy having me in the garage.”

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Aston Martin actually endured their worst performance of the season so far, with Stroll having finished sixth with Fernando Alonso in seventh.

It marked Alonso’s worst result of the season so far, with it having been the first time this year he’s finished outside the top-four.

Alonso had been hoping for a rostrum in front of his adoring home crowd; however, the Silverstone-based team simply didn’t have the pace to compete with Red Bull or Mercedes.

Despite Pirito’s presence in the Aston Martin garage having not been the side’s good luck charm, her followers were quick to comment on her photos from the Grand Prix, with one having asked to become her “pit-lane buddy”.

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“Glad you had an amazing weekend,” commented a fan.

Another asked: “Can I be your pit lane buddy x.”

A third person said: “Looks like you had a great time xx.”

Verstappen’s win at the Spanish GP was actually his 40th career victory and his third at the venue, with the two-time World Champion having previously won in Barcelona in 2016 and 2021.

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Lewis Hamilton and George Russell completed the rostrum to mark Mercedes’ first double podium since last season’s Brazilian Grand Prix, where Russell was victorious.

The result saw Mercedes move ahead of Aston Martin in the Constructors’ Championship, to add to what was a disappointing weekend for the British racing green side.

In the Drivers’ Championship, Verstappen now leads Sergio Perez by 53 points ahead of next weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix, meaning he could skip two races and still lead the standings.