‘Lewis Hamilton here’: Mercedes driver supports his team ahead of US Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton was spotted watching NFL team the Denver Broncos in Los Angeles last weekend, the side he's now a co-owner of.

Last weekend was certainly a busy one for seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton, as he was seen shopping with an unknown woman in Beverly Hills.

The Brit is a known lover of the States and has recently become a part-owner of NFL side the Denver Broncos, as part of the Walton-Penner family’s takeover a couple of months ago.

After being spotted with the female companion, Hamilton was seen loving life in Los Angeles, as the LA Chargers hosted the Broncos, with the Chargers unfortunately coming out on top 19-16.

The Broncos have endured a challenging start to the new NFL season, having won twice and lost four times, demonstrating that there is much room for improvement.

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Despite this, the 37-year-old was in high spirits ahead of the game, as he showed his support for his team.

 “Hey, what’s up Broncos Country, Lewis Hamilton here. Here to support the team. Go Broncos,” he said on the team’s official Twitter account.

Room for improvement is seemingly the theme of Hamilton’s year, as the Brit faces the conclusion of what is looking set to be his worst in Formula 1.

As it stands, Hamilton is likely to finish at an all-time low of sixth in the Drivers’ Championship, with fifth being his previous lowest result in the standings.

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The Mercedes driver is 22 points behind fifth-placed Carlos Sainz in the standings with four races remaining; however, Ferrari have been stronger than the Silver Arrows at recent rounds.

Hamilton has seemingly failed to really get going in the second half of the year, with the Brit having failed to finish on the podium since the Hungarian Grand Prix.

He’ll be looking to put an end to this unwanted streak at this weekend’s United States Grand Prix, a weekend that is loved by most of the drivers, including, Hamilton.

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It would be the perfect place for the Stevenage-born driver to finally claim his first win of the season and extend his record of having won in every season he’s competed in, a record that is at a worrying risk of ending.

Hamilton is the most decorated driver at the US Grand Prix, having claimed six victories across the pond.

Five of those came at the traditional host that is, the Circuit of the Americas; however, his first win in the United States came at the famous Indianapolis in 2007.