A look at Lewis Hamilton’s lifestyle amid new £41 million contract

Lewis Hamilton's net worth is reportedly £233 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

It would come as no shock that the most decorated Formula 1 driver of all-time lives a fairly lavish lifestyle, especially following the news that his new Mercedes contract is set to see the British driver bag £41 million per season.

Lewis Hamilton has enjoyed an immense career at the pinnacle of motorsport, with the seven-time World Champion currently boasting 103 wins and pole positions, significantly more than any other driver in the history of the sport.

His remarkable success in Formula 1 has seen the 38-year-old make a pretty penny or two, with Hamilton’s net worth reportedly being £233 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

The Stevenage-born driver is often posting videos and photos on social media of him in various locations, and not just when jetting around the world with F1.

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He recently posted a video of him running in Antarctica, of all places, where he came across several penguins.

Hamilton was in Antarctica enjoying a holiday with several celebrity friends, with eagle-eyed fans of the British driver having spotted a female companion close by.

Rumours quickly began to speculate that the Mercedes driver might have a new girlfriend, with the woman in question believed to be Brazilian supermodel Juliana Nalu.

Hamilton also spent his most recent summer in Africa, where he was attempting to “trace his roots” on the incredible continent.

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When he’s not jetting around the globe, though, for racing or a holiday, he is regularly seen at one of his three homes.

Reportedly, Hamilton owns a home in Monte-Carlo, just a 15-minute walk from the start/finish line of the historic circuit, where he’ll be hoping to claim victory this season.

Mercedes’ star driver also owns a penthouse in Manhattan, New York, which he is believed to have bought in 2018, for over £30 million.

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His final property supposedly is in Kensington, West London, with the Brit owning a six-bedroomed house which put him back £18 million.

Being the argued greatest driver of all-time, it would come as no shock that he has owned some incredible cars himself.

His collection is believed to be worth £13 million, and includes a Pagani Zonda 760, a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Coupe Black Series, a Ferrari LaFerrari (according to RacingNews365.com), a McLaren P1, a 1966 Shelby 427 Cobra and Ford Mustang Shelby GT500.