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Lewis Hamilton wears pink trousers at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton makes bold fashion choices with cream jacket and pink pants – after enlisting the help of a stylist – at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix

He likes to make his own style rules and Lewis Hamilton was back on Thursday – with the help of a fashion stylist, of course.

The Formula 1 champion was pictured walking around the track on the preparation day for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, dressed in a designer look by Issey Miyake.

Standing out from the crowd, he wore pink trousers from the brand’s Spring 2022 collection and the Oblique jacket which costs £549.

Stand out!  Lewis Hamilton made a bold fashion choice on Thursday with a cream jacket and pink pants at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix - after enlisting the help of a stylist!

Stand out! Lewis Hamilton made a bold fashion choice on Thursday with a cream jacket and pink pants at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix – after enlisting the help of a stylist!

His multicolored sneakers are also from the high-end fashion label and are available for £380.

Styled by @luxurylaw, he also wore sold-out police sunglasses.

The outing comes as Sebastian Vettel wondered if Lewis was still enthusiastic about Formula 1 after the seven-time world champion’s slump in results.

Ahead of this weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Vettel empathized with Hamilton, saying it must be demoralizing to finish ‘eighth, or 12th or 13th’ after being ‘at the top’ for so long.

Styled: He wore a designer look from Issey Miyake - including the Oblique jacket on sale for £549

Styled: He wore a designer look from Issey Miyake – including the Oblique jacket on sale for £549

On course?  Lewis arrived in Baku 75 points behind championship leader Max Verstappen - the equivalent of three race wins - after finishing third, 10th, fourth, 13th, sixth, fifth and eighth in the opening seven laps

On course? Lewis arrived in Baku 75 points behind championship leader Max Verstappen – the equivalent of three race wins – after finishing third, 10th, fourth, 13th, sixth, fifth and eighth in the opening seven laps

Aston Martin’s Vettel also admitted he was frightened by the prospect of retiring from F1 and that he believes the sport is ‘missing’ sacked race director Michael Masi.

Hamilton arrives in Baku 75 points behind championship leader Max Verstappen – the equivalent of three race wins – after finishing third, 10th, fourth, 13th, sixth, fifth and eighth in the opening seven laps.

“When you get to know the sport like I did, and Lewis did, it’s what you strive for to win and be at the top,” said Vettel, who won four consecutive titles with Red Bull between 2010 and 2013. .

Seeing is believing: styled by @luxurylaw, he also wore sold-out police sunglasses

Seeing is believing: styled by @luxurylaw, he also wore sold-out police sunglasses

‘Do you find it exciting to finish eighth, twelfth or thirteenth? No, it isn’t, when you know you’ve been first so many times—and in Lewis’s case, more than any other man.

“George (Russell) comes in. He spent three years at Williams and suffered death at the back of the field, scored an odd point, and then suddenly he’s eighth or twelfth and life for him is great.

“Everyone is different, but you have to be honest from the outside and say, look, of course Lewis will be as excited about finishing eighth as George probably is? No, and I’d be surprised if he was.’

Vettel finished second to Hamilton in 2017 and 2018 before being dropped by Ferrari and then signed for Aston Martin in 2020.

Controversial: Sebastian Vettel (above) wondered if Lewis is still excited by Formula One

Controversial: Sebastian Vettel (above) wondered if Lewis is still excited by Formula One

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