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Tom Brady attends Canadian Grand Prix
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This weekend proved to be a busy one in the world of sports. Between the Copa America Centenario, the Stanley Cup and Belmont Stakes, it’s a wonder how anyone had time to catch it all. While some players stuck around Foxborough to watch Brazil and Peru battle it out, Tom Brady headed to Montreal to catch the Formula One Canadian Grand Prix.
Just because he likes watching the event, doesn’t mean he’s ready to step into one of those cars and hit the track.
“After seeing how fast they go, I’m not getting into one of those cars,” he told the NBC Sports reporter.
Before the big race, Tom took part in a football challenge with Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo and soccer star Didier Drogba. Take a look at some of the pictures from Tom’s time in Montreal.