Lewis Hamilton shows off his questionable fashion sense (again)

Lewis Hamilton wore a bright red Dior jumper ahead of finishing third at the 2023 Canadian GP.

Seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton was seen wearing a bold and bright jumper ahead of Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix, where he claimed a second consecutive podium of the season.

Hamilton has always been known for having a unique fashion sense, with him having once again worn an unmissable outfit at the Circuit de Gilles-Villeneuve.

On Sunday, Hamilton was seen wearing a bright red Dior jumper, which featured a design consisting of a rabbit head and ears.

The 38-year-old wore matching wide leg baggy trousers, black boots and a selection of rings, along with a silver necklace.

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When he put on his Mercedes race suit and jumped into his W14, the Briton went on to finish third, at a venue he’s claimed victory at seven times in his career.

He’s seemingly loved the Silver Arrows’ new concept, which was introduced at the Monaco Grand Prix.

Since the new concept was introduced, Hamilton has finished no lower than fourth, marking a significant improvement compared to his performances whilst driving the previous concept.

The Briton appears to be very happy both on and off the circuit, with him having been romantically linked to pop icon Shakira.

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Hamilton has been spotted several times with the Colombian, despite reports that he’s ‘said to be dating a Brazilian model’, believed to be Juliana Nalú.

Some of the 103-time race winner’s fans noticed that the duo had been at the same restaurant, leaving many confused as to who he’s currently seeing.

Away from his personal life, Hamilton revealed after the Canadian GP that it was a “privilege” to be amongst Max Verstappen and Fernando Alonso on the podium, with the trio having 11 titles between them.

“It’s a privilege to be up here fighting these two who’ve done incredible in their careers,” Hamilton said in the post-race press conference, as reported by PlanetF1.com.

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“And this is quite an iconic top three. I don’t know if there’s been a top three like this ever before. I don’t believe there has.

“But yeah, so hopefully there’ll be more and hopefully, as Fernando said, there’s a lot of respect between us as we were able to race so closely and trust in one another.

“I’m really hoping at some stage we have more of a level playing field in our cars, and then we’ll have a much more exciting race, I think in the future.”