Now, F1 have mocked up an image of how the drivers may be enjoying their annual leave, with Lance Stroll strapped to a jet pack, George Russell stood in his infamous title pose, arms outstretched, and Charles Leclerc piloting a boat.
It's party time!
Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton and Carlos Sainz were snapped on the water together, with the seven-time world champion windsurfing with a big grin on his face. Sainz, meanwhile, was attached to the back of a boat and relishing water skiing.
Also in the graphic, Pierre Gasly could be seen helping his old team-mate Yutki Tsunoda score a slam dunk, a real-life scenario shared by AlphaTauri on X.
World champion Verstappen, fresh from his third-consecutive title, made the most of his time away from the wheel by bobbing on the water in an inflatable. On shore, Sergio Perez cheered on his peers, enjoying a humorous game of basketball.
From a vantage position up high, Daniel Ricciardo soaked up the joyous atmosphere with his phone camera, while Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu, sparring partners at Alfa Romeo, kicked back and caught some sun on deck chairs.
Elsewhere, Fernando Alonso took part in scuba diving and Williams' Alex Albon steered a remote controlled boat across the waves.
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