It's no news to us that NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal popularly known as "Big Shaq" is a huge fan of luxury cars. Of course, his basketball career was incredible. Since his retirement from the sport, the big man has taken his time to acquire some awesome cars for his collection. Naturally, many people say that the huge physique of Big Shaq is one reason why has a taste for big wheels. And this view has been proven again after the NBA legend recently arrived at the US Grand Prix in a Scary Cadillac Limousine that has huge horns at the front end. Apparently, we learnt he was the caretaker of this year's race trophy and he sure deserved to rock the parade in style by showing up in a modified Cadillac Eldorado.
The insane scene as retired NBA star, Shaq O'Neal made a grand entrance in a modified Cadillac with a horn at the US Grand Prix
The bizarre-looking Cadillac Limo with visible horns is an ideal vehicle to take the retired NBA star around the race ground. According to a report, Shaquille was specially selected to deliver the trophy at the just concluded 2021 US Grand Prix. The event took place in Texas at the Circuit of the Americans in Austin. Shaq must have made quite an impression on the crowd of fans who had to wait for a year to witness this great event. The event was originally meant to be held in 2020 but was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shaquille presented the trophy to the race winner on the podium after his bizarre appearance
In case you missed it, watch the video below to get a glimpse of the shocking moment Shaq O'Neal arrived at the US Grand Prix in his scary custom Cadillac Limousine.
Shaq Arrives In Style To The F1 Podium! 😂
Big Shaq was also on the podium during the presentation of the trophy. The first position on the podium was taken by Max Verstappen, followed by Lewis Hamilton and Sergio Perez in that order. While the spectators were treated to an exciting racing event, the grand entry of Shaq would linger in their memories for years to come. It's fair to say Shaq won the hearts of racing fans all over America. We know the NBA legend can be many things, but we doubt if he will be lured to take a career in the racing world, especially formula 1.