Oscar Piastri reveals his girlfriend after keeping her secret

McLaren’s Oscar Piastri enjoyed a day out at Wimbledon’s Centre Court with his girlfriend before Hungarian Grand Prix.

Australian Formula 1 driver Oscar Piastri offered a glimpse into his private life as he shared a rare photo with his girlfriend on Instagram while attending Wimbledon. 

The McLaren driver, known for his low-key approach to his personal life, took the opportunity to enjoy the sport he loves and secured seats in Centre Court on Wednesday.

Taking to Twitter, Piastri expressed his excitement about his Wimbledon experience, writing, “F1P4 -> SW19. Awesome day at Wimbledon.” 

Accompanying the post was a picture of himself and his girlfriend, Lily Zneimer, enjoying their time at the prestigious tennis event.

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Just days prior to his Wimbledon outing, Piastri achieved a career-best fourth-place finish in Formula 1 at the British Grand Prix. 

The talented driver believed a podium finish was within reach had it not been for the safety car intervention. 

Despite the missed opportunity, Piastri remains focused on his racing ambitions.

Regarding his private life, Piastri prefers to keep it out of the public eye. However, he revealed some details during an interview with 9 News. 

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“We keep it private. We have been together for – I better get this right – about four and a half years now,” Piastri shared while attending one of the four tennis Grand Slam events.

Piastri’s time in the United Kingdom has been eventful, extending beyond his Formula 1 commitments. 

He recently paid a visit to Lord’s Cricket Ground, where he had the opportunity to meet the Australian Cricket Team and participate in a net session with star bowlers Mitchell Starc and Nathan Lyon.

At just 22 years old, Piastri has shown maturity and composure as he navigates the world of Formula 1. 

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While focusing on his career, he manages to remain grounded and keeps his private life separate from the racing paddock.

With McLaren experiencing positive progress, both Piastri and his teammate Lando Norris are optimistic about their prospects. 

The team is set to introduce new parts to the MCL35M for the Hungarian Grand Prix, following significant improvements in Austria and Great Britain.