Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton slammed for doing doughnuts in a £155,000 Nissan Skyline supercar in a Japanese car park

LEWIS Hamilton has been blasted after “speeding” and doing doughnuts in a £155,000 supercar in Japan. Hamilton captioned the post: “I only like to drive on track, but I make exceptions.”. Snapshots from the post appear to show Hamilton’s speedometer at almost 160km/h (99 mph) as he roared around the Tokyo Expressway in Japan – seemingly 60km/h over the speed limit. The highest speed limit in the country is on some sections of the Shin-Tōmei Expressway and Tōhoku Expressway at 120km/h (75mph). The racing star has come under fire from Japanese fans for posting the video, with road users in the country telling him his speed was “strictly prohibited”. “There are shots of him doing two and a half times the speed limit.

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