Lewis Hamilton flashes his stomach in Tommy Hilfiger outfit

Lewis Hamilton finished outside the top five for the first time this season in Azerbaijan.

Lewis Hamilton stunned fans ahead of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after rocking a Tommy Hilfiger-inspired outfit, where the 38-year-old could be seen flashing his stomach.

Hamilton’s pre-race outfit is usually one of the most vibrant on the grid; however, for Baku on Sunday he went for an all-white look.

The seven-time World Champion wore a white denim jacket with just one of the top buttons done up, along with white loose-fitting trousers and a pair of black sunglasses.

The Stevenage-born driver was all business, though, when his Mercedes suit went on, with the Briton having started Sunday’s race from fifth.

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It was a long race for Hamilton who was unfortunate to see his run of top five finishes end, after losing significant time due to having pitted moments before a Safety Car was summoned.

This demoted him towards the bottom of the top 10; however, he did excellently to recover to sixth.

He remained upbeat after the fourth round of the season and was adamant that the W14’s maximum was achieved at the Baku City Circuit, although, he did admit that the entire team are “counting the days” until their new concept is introduced in Imola.

“I think we did [get the most out of the car],” Hamilton told Sky Sports F1.

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“There was great prep before coming here with a couple of days in the factory, plenty of sim running and I’m very proud of the team.

“The mentality of the team is great, there is such a winning mindset and everyone is focused on progressing and getting to where we know we can get to.

“I don’t think there are any mistakes or any failure, I think this is just the build of getting to where we need to be.

“Everyone is staying positive in the garage, everyone is just doing their jobs to the best of their ability and that is all we can ask for right now until we get those upgrades which will hopefully put us much more in the fight.

“We knew already from early on that we would have quite a few races until this upgrade. It’s just been counting the days and weeks down.

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“We don’t currently quite know how good the upgrade will be, we know it will be the start of something new for us.

“Miami should hopefully be better pace wise than here – last year we were bouncing there a lot so I think we’re in a much better place with our car this year.

“I hope we’re a little bit closer to the guys there, we might not be as close to the Red Bulls because they’re rapid but if we can fight the Astons that would be amazing.”