Max Verstappen parties the night away after Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix victory

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MIAMI — He was a winner on and off the track.

Red Bull Racing Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen celebrated his Miami Grand Prix victory Sunday night at hot spot E11even.

“He arrived well after midnight,” an insider exclusively told Page Six, with another source adding, “[He] was there with a group of 15 friends and celebrated at a table.”

We’re also told Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, Scuderia AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly and McLaren star Lando Norris also showed up to the club to celebrate Miami’s inaugural Grand Prix.

Meanwhile, a second source told us that Tiësto – who was spinning tunes in the DJ booth – was seen hanging out with fellow artists David Guetta, Alesso and Kygo in a “show of support.”

“They were high-fiving each other and dancing together,” the source said, adding that Zedd arrived later in the evening.

We also hear that Guetta and Tiësto at one point “hilariously” helped make pizza in the club’s kitchen.

Other notable guests at the club Sunday night included Travis Kelce, Chantel Jeffries, Logan Paul, Hailee Steinfeld and Sebastián Yatra.

Before hitting up E11even, a Page Six spy spotted Verstappen, 24, celebrating with pal Martin Garrix at Story Nightclub, where he signed the wall with his signature.

As the Post reported earlier in the day, the reigning world champion narrowly beat Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc after overtaking him on lap nine of 57.

He had maintained the lead despite pressure following a late safety car.

“It was an incredible atmosphere, I had a lot of fun driving around,” Verstappen said after his big win on Sunday. “There are a few areas of the track that could be improved.”

Several stars were seen walking through the paddock to show their support for Formula 1 including Tom Brady, Dwyane Wade, Gabrielle Union, Michael Jordan, DJ Khaled, David Beckham, Venus and Serena Williams, Shawn Mendes and Bad Bunny.

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