Lewis Hamilton shows off his ripped physique as he wears pink trousers
Lewis Hamilton shows off his ripped physique while posing in a pair of fluorescent pink trousers as he enjoys some downtime with his dog Roscoe
He often shows off his unique sense of style on social media while spending time off the track.
And Lewis Hamilton was sure to set pulses racing as he stripped off his shirt and showed off his muscular torso in snaps shared via Instagram on Thursday.
The Formula One champion, 35, shared a mirror selfie from his home as he posed in a pair of fluorescent pink trousers and Calvin Klein boxers while with his adorable dog Roscoe.
Dapper: Lewis Hamilton showed off his ripped physique while posing in a pair of fluorescent pink trousers as he enjoyed some downtime with his dog Roscoe on Thursday
Lewis also wore a silver chain-link necklace that drew attention to his ripped physique, which was adorned with a variety of tattoos.
As Lewis posed in a crouched position and while standing up in the snaps, his pet pooch seemed unaware of the impromptu shoot as he slept soundly in his bed.
Sharing a positive message with his fans, Lewis wrote in the caption: ‘No matter what they say, be you!’
Sweet: As Lewis posed in a crouched position and while standing up in the snaps, his pet pooch seemed unaware of the impromptu shoot as he slept soundly in his bed
His post comes after Lewis reflected on feeling like an ‘outsider’ while growing up in CBBC special Young, Black and British last month.
The Formula One star shared his experience as a child who became the racing class’ first ever black driver in the Newsround documentary, which aired as part of Black History Month.
In the special Lewis spoke with three teenagers who have created a manifesto outlining changes they want to see for black children in the UK, who also meet with other stars including DJ Ace, YouTuber Nissy Tee and DJ Sideman.
Speaking via video call, Lewis reflected on growing up as black child and the changes he’d like to see in his sport following heightened interest in the Black Lives Matter movement.
The racing champion also revealed his own ambition to increase diversity in the sport, including drivers and his support team.
He said: ‘In my team, there’s nearly 2,000 people and we have a very small percentage of minorities currently but I’m trying to encourage change from within.
‘I’m speaking to people who hire people for the team and asking why it’s not very diverse.’
Candid: His post comes after Lewis reflected on feeling like an ‘outsider’ while growing up in CBBC special Young, Black and British last month
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