He is known for his unique sense of style.
And Lewis Hamilton turned heads again as he walked through the paddock at the Hungarian F1 Grand Prix in Budapest on Sunday.
The racer, 37, cut a stylish figure in an orange structured cardigan which he paired with matching black trousers.
Stylish: Lewis Hamilton, 37, cut a stylish figure ahead of Sunday’s F1 Hungarian Grand Prix in an orange structured jumper and matching black trousers, complete with a £4,180 Cartier ring
The athlete wore round black sunglasses after arriving on site on the final day of the Grand Prix.
Eyes focused, Lewis strolled through the grounds, which were dotted with gold necklaces and a flashy wristwatch.
He wore his signature braids in a high ponytail as he showed off his collection of rings, including a Cartier ring that cost £4,180.
How much? The athlete wore round black sunglasses after arriving on site during the Grand Prix which lasted from Friday to Sunday
Expensive: Lewis showed off his impressive collection of accessories, including an expensive ring by luxury jeweler Cartier
Gold Dude: Looking focused, Lewis sauntered around the grounds dotted with gold necklaces and a flashy watch
Artwork: Lewis’ open sweater revealed a glimpse of the body art that adorned his chest and neck
The racing driver slipped into his black patent leather boots and toured the paddock before the crucial race.
Lewis later slipped into a pair of team-branded overalls as he prepared to hit the track.
He donned a baseball cap and listened to his Bluetooth headphones as he appeared ready to get in the zone to win.
Stroll: The racer appeared relaxed as he strolled the track ahead of the big race
Sparkles: Lewis also wore a cross earring in his left ear
The outing comes after Lewis showed his support behind climate activists who invaded the track earlier this month at this year’s British Grand Prix, where he finished 13th on the podium in a single race.
Northamptonshire Police said seven people had been arrested following the invasion in the opening round of Silverstone competition after five protesters stormed the Wellington Straight before sitting down.
The race had already been halted after Zhou Guanyu’s high-speed crash, followed by a 53-minute delay before the restart on a high-octane, action-packed day at Silverstone.
Check Out: The athlete checking out the car also took the time to speak to the crew
Focus: Lewis kept his head down as he appeared focused before taking to the track
Lewis supported the protests on Twitter – allegedly by climate activist group Just Stop Oil – although he warned it was far too dangerous to storm the track on race day.
The seven-time world champion said: “As we saw today, this is a very dangerous sport.
“I was unaware of the protests today and while I will always support those who stand up for what they believe in, it must be done safely.
Ready to rock: Lewis later slipped into a team-branded boiler suit as he prepared to hit the track
In the zone: He donned a baseball cap and listened to his Bluetooth headphones as he appeared to get into the zone to win
Hi! Lewis (right) accompanied his teammate George Russell (left) to the pre-race drivers’ parade
Teammates: The Mercedes team rode in the back in a classic engine while waving to the fans
Flash! Photographers surrounded the popular duo
“Please don’t jump onto our circuits to protest, we don’t want to put you in danger.”
With great cheers from the spectators, the quintet was quickly dragged away from the marshals.
But in a race that saw ambulances and rescue workers called to the scene, there could have been more incidents after protesters stormed the fastest part of the course.
Amazing: The outing comes after Lewis showed his support behind climate activists who invaded the track at this year’s British Grand Prix earlier this month, where he finished 13th on the podium in a single race