Lewis Hamilton FLIPS off a plane in a daring solo skydive as the F1 star lets off some steam before the Azerbaijan Grand Prix hits behind Max Verstappen in the title race this week after a disastrous session in Monaco
- Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton has taken the time to relax after the Monaco GP
- The seven-time champion had a disastrous race, finishing seventh
- Hamilton revealed he learned to skydive and shared an epic video as proof
Lewis Hamilton was unable to meet his need for speed in a Formula 1 car this weekend, so the Briton jumped out of the front of a plane instead.
With a two-week gap between the Monaco and Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Hamilton had a weekend off to relax after a frustrating weekend on the historic circuit.
The 36-year-old loves extreme sports and has been spotted surfing and showing off his skills on a jet ski. The thrill seeker also trained to skydive and posted an impressive video on Instagram.
Lewis Hamilton showed off his skydiving while the champion enjoys a weekend of racing
Hamilton enjoys his extreme sports and revealed that he has been training skydiving for two years
Hamilton jumped straight in three front somersaults as he plummeted back to Earth, demonstrating a series of maneuvers before saluting and pulling his parachute.
“ I’ve learned to skydive over the years, it’s one of my favorite things to do in my spare time, ” the seven-time champion wrote on Instagram.
‘This was me trying to fly on my back for the first time, of which I was useless for fun.
After this, I went to spend time in the wind tunnel to practice. I’ll post that to show you my progress. ‘
Hamilton loves a variety of sports and was seen on a jet ski after the Monaco Grand Prix
Hamilton has a big fight for the championship on his hands this year with Max Verstappen
When he’s back on Earth and back on track next weekend, Hamilton will aim to put Max Verstappen back in his place.
The Dutchman took charge of the world championship with a victory in Monaco, finally disrupting Mercedes’ dominance.
Hamilton can become the first-ever eight-time champion this season, surpassing Michael Schumacher. However, it looks like Red Bull will face the toughest challenge for Mercedes since their era of domination began.