Lewis Hamilton ‘sells incredibly rare Pagani Zonda supercar he once crashed for £8.5million’

LEWIS HAMILTON has made a healthy £7million profit after selling his rare Pagani Zonda supercar for £8.5m. The one-off car, which boasts a purple exterior, was personally ordered from Horacio Pagani by Hamilton seven years ago. They state that Hamilton has decided to cash in on the vehicle for ethical reasons, with the Mercedes star keen to drive electric cars in the future. Hamilton once famously crashed the whip into three parked cars in 2015 in Monte Carlo ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix. Hamilton has also stated that despite his love for the car, he hated getting behind the wheel of it initially. “It’s the best-sounding car I own, but handling-wise it’s the worst.”.

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