Lewis Hamilton makes another bold style statement in a garish silk Versace co-ord as Formula One ace makes an appearance at Azerbaijan Grand Prix
The Formula One star, 37, teamed his silk, pink and blue floral button-up – which featured ornate yellow designs – with matching shorts.
He decorated the glam outfit with a chunky silver chain, a wristwatch, and a bangle.
Flower power: Lewis Hamilton rocked a colourful Versace co-ord as he walked in the Paddock ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of Azerbaijan at Baku City Circuit on Sunday
The star let his loud look do the talking as he donned some simple white trainers and socks.
He wore his hair in braids, throwing on a chic pair of black sunglasses for the event.
The stylish shirt showed off an impressive tattoo sleeve as Lewis was snapped walking around.
Dressed to impress: The Formula One star, 37, teamed his silk, pink and blue floral button-up – which featured ornate yellow designs – with matching shorts
Meanwhile, the race driver on Sunday said his back is ‘a real mess’ as a result of Mercedes’s porpoising which looked worse than ever during qualifying in Baku.
The bouncing has been a real source of trouble for Mercedes so far this season with both drivers complaining of the impact it was having to their bodies.
Ahead of Sunday’s race, Lewis told Sky Sports the bouncing was playing on his mind.
Details: Lewis decorated his exceptionally glam outfit with a chunky silver chain, a wristwatch, and a bangle
Stepping out: Lewis looked incredibly fashionable in the designer co-ord, which featured a large V logo on the shirt
He said: ‘I’m just conscious of the bouncing and whether we can make it through the race with the bouncing…
‘We’re not that quick on the straights. It is a track you can overtake on but we’re at risk of being overtaken on due to other peoples’ speed. So, we’ve got to try and get good exits. We’ll do whatever we can today and I hope we get some good points.’
Floral: Lewis looked chic in his silk floral co-ord, styled with jewellery and teamed with simple white trainers
Stylish: Lewis wore his hair in braids, throwing on a chic pair of black sunglasses and a silver chain for the event
The seven-time world champion was summoned to the stewards at the end of Q2 after appearing to hold up Lando Norris, who, along with McLaren team-mate Daniel Ricciardo just behind, decided not to pass him.
Norris was told on the radio by his race engineer: ‘Don’t let him [Hamilton] play silly s***. He’s got to keep an eye on his delta, if he doesn’t he’ll be in trouble. He’s the lead car, he’ll get in trouble.’
An exasperated Lewis, who finished P7, said ‘I don’t know what you expect of me sometimes’ when told by his Mercedes team not to drive too slowly.
But FIA have released a statement to confirm that the 37-year-old will not face a penalty that could have bumped him down the standings.
Looking good: The stylish shirt showed off an impressive tattoo sleeve as Lewis was snapped walking around