Lewis Hamilton relaxes after another controversial F1 race by popping wheelies with £135 remote control monster truck

LEWIS HAMILTON has found a novel way of relaxing after another controversial F1 race – by popping wheelies on a remote-controlled monster truck. Hamilton posted a video of himself buying a remote-controlled Lunchbox branded truck, which is valued at £135. Hamilton then nods in satisfaction before buying the toy and taking it outside. Before his youth karting and then his F1 career, Hamilton used to race remote-controlled cars around and has previously spoke of his passion for it. These recent issues come on top of an ongoing row about Hamilton’s jewellery and debates over races ending under the safety car.

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