Lewis Hamilton makes a bold fashion statement in an oversized co-ord as he arrives at the paddock on a scooter ahead of the F1 Grand Prix in Monaco

Lewis Hamilton cut a cool figure in an oversized striped jumper as he arrived at the paddock ahead of the Formula One Grand Prix in Monaco on Sunday.

The British driver seemed in good spirits as he arrived in style on a small lavish boat before docking and hopping on a scooter.

He rocked the short sleeved navy and beige polo top with a pair of matching wide legged trousers.

Lewis kept comfortable in a pair of boots and accessorised with a chunky silver chain necklace and a paid of stylish shades.

After arriving at the paddock, the seven time world champion beamed as he rode his scooter to the Mercedes garage.

Lewis Hamilton cut a cool figure in an oversized striped jumper as he arrived at the paddock ahead of the Formula One Grand Prix in Monaco on Sunday
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Lewis Hamilton cut a cool figure in an oversized striped jumper as he arrived at the paddock ahead of the Formula One Grand Prix in Monaco on Sunday

The British driver seemed in good spirits as he arrived in style on a small lavish boat before docking and hopping on a scooter
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The British driver seemed in good spirits as he arrived in style on a small lavish boat before docking and hopping on a scooter

Lewis who has endured an uncompetitive Mercedes the past three seasons, set the fastest lap in the opening session around the narrow streets, and the second best in the concluding warm-up.

On Saturday he managed to qualify in seventh place ahead of today’s race while Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc took pole position beating McLaren’s Oscar Piastri in second and teammate Carlos Sainz in third.

Lando Norris took fourth position while Lewis’ teammate George Russell qualified fifth in front of world championship leader Max Verstappen who only qualified sixth.

Earlier in the weekend, Lewis was asked by an Italian reporter whether he felt it would be easier to learn Italian before moving to Ferrari or get on the podium in the remaining 17 races. He laughed.

‘I think learning Italian’s going to be the hardest, probably,’ he said. ‘But at the moment getting to the podium probably is the less likely one.’

It comes after Lewis told how he is going to focus on ‘film and fashion’ when he retires from racing.

The Formula 1 star is already mulling over his future away from the track and has revealed he’s sought advice from some of his famous friends who have already stepped away from their sports.

He told GQ’s annual Creativity Issue: ‘I’d spoken to so many amazing athletes, from Boris Becker to Serena Williams, even Michael Jordan.

He rocked the short sleeved navy and beige polo top with a pair of matching wide legged trousers
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He rocked the short sleeved navy and beige polo top with a pair of matching wide legged trousers

Lewis kept comfortable in a pair of boots and accessorised with a chunky silver chain necklace and a paid of stylish shades
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Lewis kept comfortable in a pair of boots and accessorised with a chunky silver chain necklace and a paid of stylish shades

Lewis was seen hopping off a Mercedes boat as he arrived at the paddock
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Lewis was seen hopping off a Mercedes boat as he arrived at the paddock

The seven time world champion arrived at the paddock by boat before hopping onto his scooter to get to the Mercedes garage
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The seven time world champion arrived at the paddock by boat before hopping onto his scooter to get to the Mercedes garage

On Saturday Lewis managed to qualify in seventh place ahead of today's race while Ferrari's Charles Leclerc took pole position beating McLaren's Oscar Piastri in second
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On Saturday Lewis managed to qualify in seventh place ahead of today’s race while Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc took pole position beating McLaren’s Oscar Piastri in second

It comes after Lewis told how he is going to focus on 'film and fashion' when he retires from racing
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It comes after Lewis told how he is going to focus on ‘film and fashion’ when he retires from racing

The F1 star is already mulling over his future away from the track and has revealed he's sought advice from some of his famous friends who have already stepped away from their sports
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The F1 star is already mulling over his future away from the track and has revealed he’s sought advice from some of his famous friends who have already stepped away from their sports

He told GQ's annual Creativity Issue: 'I'd spoken to so many amazing athletes, from Boris Becker to Serena Williams, even Michael Jordan'
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He told GQ’s annual Creativity Issue: ‘I’d spoken to so many amazing athletes, from Boris Becker to Serena Williams, even Michael Jordan’

'Talking to greats that I've met along the way, who are retired - or some that are still in competition - and the fear of what's next, the lack of preparation for what's next'
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‘Talking to greats that I’ve met along the way, who are retired – or some that are still in competition – and the fear of what’s next, the lack of preparation for what’s next’

Talking to greats that I’ve met along the way, who are retired – or some that are still in competition – and the fear of what’s next, the lack of preparation for what’s next.

‘A lot of them said: “I stopped too early.” Or: “Stayed too long.” “When it ended, I didn’t have anything planned.” “My whole world came crashing down because my whole life has been about that sport”.

‘Some of them were like: “I didn’t plan and it was a bit of a mess-up because I was really lost afterwards. There was such a hole. Such a void. And I had no idea how I was going to fill it. And I was in such a rush initially to try and fill it that you fill it with the wrong thing…”

‘But it just got my mind thinking about: “Okay, when I stop, how do I avoid that?” And so I got serious about finding other things that I was passionate about.’

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