Lewis Hamilton leaves the outlandish outfits at home as he steps out in a casual T-shirt and shorts for a trip to Los Angeles skincare boutique
The bold fashion statements were replaced by a rather more subdued ensemble as Lewis Hamilton ventured out on Tuesday.
The Formula One ace blended in, for once, in a casual blue T-shirt and lilac gym shorts while leaving a skincare store in Beverly Hills.
Hamilton, 37, added to his relaxed look with a pair of neon green running shoes, while a black baseball cap rounded things off.
Here he comes: The bold fashion statements were replaced by a rather more subdued ensemble as Lewis Hamilton ventured out on Tuesday
In accordance with current health and safety guidelines the sportsman ensured his mouth and nose were concealed beneath a protective face covering as he made his way onto the busy sidewalk.
Hamilton, who boasts an impressive collection of vintage and contemporary sportscars with an estimated value of £13million, was seen climbing behind the wheel of a sleek white convertible before setting off.
His latest appearance comes after Formula One announced a deal to continue racing in Abu Dhabi through to 2030.
He’s off: Hamilton, who boasts an impressive collection of vintage and contemporary sportscars, was seen climbing behind the wheel of a sleek white convertible
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is held at the Yas Marina Circuit and was added to the F1 calendar in 2009.
‘We are delighted to confirm that we will be racing in Abu Dhabi until 2030 under this new agreement’, F1 chief executive and president Stefano Domenicali said on Thursday.
‘We are hugely looking forward to the season finale this weekend when more Formula One history will be made.’
He’s got form: Hamilton has developed quite a reputation for making risky style statements as he travels the world with Formula One (L: In Abu Dhabi, and R: in Saudi Arabia)
Make way: It’s not uncommon to see the driver examining each circuit on his beloved scooter
Dedicated follower of fashion: The driver’s outlandish outfits have been justified by his first class performances on the track (L: in Saudi Arabia, and R: in Abu Dhabi)
In November Hamilton bit back at his critics and said accusing Mercedes of trying to cheat their way to his eighth world title is the ‘worst claim to ever make’.
‘We all have egos and that’s what controls our emotions, and it is egos fighting each other,’ Hamilton told The Times.
‘There is defence, there is respect, but I did see someone say something about cheating, and that’s the worst claim to ever make.’
He added: ‘I called James Allison and Mike Elliott and said, “I really want to know about these things,” and they took me through details of where we are.
‘We have done all these tests and this is where it is, but I don’t like it when people put that [cheating accusations] out there.’