Gumball 3000 is nearing the finish line, arriving in Las Vegas’ MGM Resorts Village later today (May 29th 2015) having made its way to the US on Wednesday beginning in Reno. Yet more celebrity faces could be spotted as the days went by, with many following the entire progression.
[L-R] Natalie Pack, Tyson Beckford, Simone Holtznagel and Danielle Knudson at Gumball 3000
Yesterday, the cars departed San Francisco’s Civic Centre Plaze for the Buttonwillow Raceway Park where drivers took lunch and got the chance to test drive the Dodge Viper and Hellcat on the track. Fans from all over Hollywood took to the space to watch and enjoy the occasion, among them being Ralph Lauren model Tyson Beckford who was spotted posing alongside some of the gorgeous mascots of Gumball 3000, Simone Holtznagel, Danielle Knudson and Natalie Pack.
Tyson Beckford greets pal Bun B
Beckford also seemed to be getting along very well with rapper Bun B who ran into the model while he was grabbing lunch, while Holtznagel acquainted herself with Jason Voorhees from ‘Friday The 13th’; or, at least, a friendly guy wearing a hockey mask and wielding a machete.
Simone Holtznagel isn’t afraid of Jason
Mötley Crüe founder Tommy Lee was among some of the arrivals at the event as the cars left for Buttonwillow, as was his long-time pal Deadmau5, with whom he joined on the latter’s Meowington Hax tour back in 2011.
Tommy Lee enjoys Gumball celebrations
deadmau5 was due to perform at the Gumball Festival as part of his already incredibly busy touring schedule which includes appearances at the Governors Ball, Bonnaroo, Glastonbury, Fuji Rock and Reading & Leeds Festival.
deadmau5 takes his touring schedule to Gumball
More Gumball 3000 adventures took place in Los Angeles and now we’re waiting for stops at Stovepipe Wells and, finally, Las Vegas. The fun doesn’t end there, though, because the celebrations are scheduled to continue tomorrow with cars on display, skating from from Tony Hawk and a variety of musical performances.
More: See how the 2015 Gumball 3000 began
The drivers aren’t tired yet!