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Lando Norris’ gorgeous ex shows no sign of break-up blues after split with star

Luisa Oliveira might be single once again but the bombshell brunette does not look too fussed despite breaking up with Formula One driver Lando Norris.

The McLaren star announced he had broken up with his then-girlfriend ahead of the Dutch Grand Prix. In January, the couple had made their relationship public but eight months later and it was all over.

“Hello everyone. After time and consideration Luisa and myself have mutually decided to end our romantic relationship but remain good friends,” he wrote on Instagram. “I wish her the world and have so much respect for her and all she does as such an amazing woman with nothing but kindness.

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"Please respect our decision and respect our but more importantly and especially her privacy moving forward. Thank you for your endless support.”

But Luisa is still living her best life and recently released a photo dump of her time in Paris. That included modelling pics, shopping outings and tourist trips to the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe.

Norris, meanwhile, finished seventh at the Dutch Grand Prix after breaking up with his girlfriend – 19.3 seconds behind winner Max Verstappen. And the same fate would follow at the Italian GP.

Again, the Belgian-Briton would end the race seventh – though just 6.2 seconds behind Verstappen, who won yet another battle.

Over at the weekend in Zandvoort, Sky Sports pitlane reporter Ted Kravitz broke off from talking about F1 affairs to address the end of Norris’s relationship with Oliveira, and suggested a potential reason for their split.

“Poor Lando,” sympathised Kravitz during his post-qualifying Notebook programme. “It’s Notebook topic that he’s split up with Luisa, his girlfriend. I wouldn’t ask him [about it] because it’s not private life.

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