Lottie Moss and Raye were among the stars who attended day two of the ABB FIA Formula E Heinken London E-Prix at the ExCel on Sunday.
Lottie, half-sister of model Kate Moss, opted for an extremely racy bondage-inspired black dress, which featured eye-popping cut-outs across her bust.
The 23-year-old upped the glamour even more with a pair of black wedge sandals that had a sparkly heel.
Race event: Lottie Moss (above) and Raye led the stars on day two of London E-prix as they stunned in gorgeous outfits
The blonde fashion model coiffed her signature blonde locks poker straight and her makeup, effortless, complemented her classy look.
She teamed the outfit with a miniature silver handbag.
Singer Raye, whose real name is Rachel Agatha Keen, also stole the show at the racing event.
Standout: Lottie, half-sister of model Kate Moss, opted for an extremely racy bondage-inspired black dress, which featured eye-popping cut-outs across her bust
Dressed to impress: Singer Raye, whose real name is Rachel Agatha Keen, also stole the show at the racing event in a black-and-brown print co-ord
She wowed in a black-and-brown print co-ord that accentuated her incredible figure, wearing her raven bob curled.
Colour coordinating, Raye chose small-heeled shoes to complete her look.
The Cigarette hitmaker, 23, went for bold makeup, most notably smoky eyeshadow.
Glamorous: The blonde fashion model coiffed her signature blonde locks poker straight with Raye wearing her gorgeous raven bob curled
Stunning: The Cigarette hitmaker went for bold makeup, most notably smoky eyeshadow
Show-stopping: Lottie teamed the outfit with a miniature silver handbag
Trio: The stunning pair were also joined at the racing event by up and coming star Blithe Saxon
Also amongst the stars who attended day two of the London E-Prix were dancers – and brothers – Curtis and AJ Pritchard.
AJ, 26, looked smart in a grey polo and cream chinos, opting for a black-and-white trainers.
Curtis, 25, also looked spruce wearing a khaki T-shirt and navy striped bottoms.
Day out: Also amongst the stars who attended day two of the London E-Prix were dancers – and brothers – Curtis (left) and AJ Pritchard (second right)
Spruce: AJ, 26, looked smart in a grey polo and cream chinos, opting for a black-and-white trainers.
Smart: Curtis, 25, also looked spruce wearing a khaki T-shirt and navy striped bottoms
Also in attendance on Sunday were: Actor Luke Newton, TV presenter Pips Taylor, model Paul Sculfor, actor Sope Dirisu, daughters of Duran Duran lead singer Simon Le Bon – Amber and Tallulah, and My Smart Skin founder Niomi Smart.
Earlier this week, racing driver Stoffel Vandoorne discussed his ‘painful’ crossover from Formula 1 to Formula E – the all-electric racing series that is accelerating at a rapid pace.
Stoffel has been racing in FE for three seasons now, currently representing Mercedes-EQ.
Good spirits: Actor Paul Newman and presenter Pips Taylor dressed up for the occasion
Calm and collected: Model Paul Sculfor cut an incredibly smart figure for the event
He is also on stand-by as a reserve driver for the German constructor’s F1 team.
The 29-year-old watches F1 from afar now on race days but due to his partnership with Mercedes, he still keeps a close eye on the drama that unfolds.
Speaking of his career in the world of electric racing, he said: ‘I really see my future in FE to be honest. Obviously I am quite lucky to have both sides of the pie, with the reserve driver role and the FE side, so it is good to be involved in both.
Dapper: Actor Sope Dirisu beamed as he sported a black bomber jacket
Sisters: The daughters of Duran Duran lead singer Simon Le Bon – Amber and Tallulah – put on a chic display
‘Basically my main focus is the FE programme, because that’s my racing programme. But it is still good to be involved in the F1 side because it has helped me to bring some of the knowledge into the FE team.
‘Mercedes are obviously a very established and successful team, and there are a lot of positives and experiences you can take away from there.’
The transition from F1 to FE certainly hasn’t been the easiest, and Stoffel was quick to echo that sentiment.
The fuel-powered F1 machinery has obvious advantages in regards to top speed and pace on the straight circuits.
F1 cars can reach a maximum speed of up to 230mph, while FE cars possess figures of approximately 174mph. The power unit output from F1 cars is substantially higher too.
But since its inception in 2011 – with the founding idea to race through the streets of the most iconic cities in the world – FE has grown from strength-to-strength and is continuing to attract a big audience.
Beauty: My Smart Skin founder Niomi Smart looked sensational in a white and navy dress