Kelly Piquet’s Daughter Outperforms Verstappen: A Piquet Victory

Max Verstappen, despite being the fastest in Formula 1, lost a game of Jenga to his girlfriend’s daughter, Penelope, as shared during a Team Redline livestream.


‣ Max Verstappen, a leading Formula 1 driver, excels on the racetrack but recently lost a game of Jenga to Penelope, the daughter of his girlfriend, Kelly Piquet.

‣ Despite his competitive nature and success in Formula 1, Verstappen humorously admits defeat in the casual game, highlighting a playful side to his personality off the track.

‣ The incident was shared during a livestream by Team Redline, Verstappen’s racing team, showcasing a personal moment between the driver and his girlfriend’s daughter.

Max Verstappen? Oh, he’s lightning fast in Formula 1. On the track, the guy’s unbeatable. But get this – off the track? Not so much. He recently faced a surprising defeat. Not in a car, but in an old-school game against his girlfriend’s daughter.

So, there was this livestream. It was from his racing team, Team Redline. And Max? He spilled the beans about losing at Jenga to Penelope. That’s Kelly Piquet’s daughter, by the way. “We played Jenga,” he admitted. And everyone was like, “Did ‘P’ (that’s his nickname for her) actually beat you?” Max, the world champ, kinda shrugged it off. “Well, she kinda did, yes. There was nothing left to pull out. All the bricks were gone.”

Oh, and if you’re itching to see it for yourself, there’s a video. Yup, @maxv1stappen_ posted it. It’s Max getting outplayed at Jenga by ‘P’. Hashtag #maxverstappen, #f1, #formula1, all that jazz. You can find it on Team Redline’s page. Original sound and everything. Just so you know, there’s this TikTok embed thingy supposed to be here. But hey, who needs formalities, right?

Crazy, isn’t it? The fastest man on the track, but Jenga? That’s a whole different story.

Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
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