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Lewis Hamilton showcases his quirky fashion sense as he walks the paddock at the Italian Grand Prix baring his chest in a flared jumpsuit and shoulder-padded blazer

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Lewis Hamilton showcased his quirky fashion sense as he walked the paddock at the Italian Grand Prix baring his chest in a flared jumpsuit.

The British world champion, 39, debuted yet another out-there look at the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit in Imola, Italy on Sunday.

The Formula One star looked incredible as he sported a longline black shoulder-padded blazer, which had capped sleeves.

He paired the blazer with an eccentric black jumpsuit with flared trouser legs and huge white patches on the pockets. 

The jumpsuit had a plunging neckline unveiling the sportsman’s bare chest, as well as cut-outs on the side.

Lewis Hamilton showcased his quirky fashion sense as he walked the paddock at the Italian Grand Prix baring his chest in a flared jumpsuit on Sunday

The British world champion, 39, debuted yet another out-there look at the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit in Imola, Italy

The British world champion, 39, debuted yet another out-there look at the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit in Imola, Italy

Lewis completed the look with a pair of rectangular black sunglasses, a silver chain and chunky patent boots. 

But the racing driver’s chances for Sunday’s race are slim as his revamped Mercedes resulted in him qualifying a dismal eighth, with his team-mate George Russell sixth. 

Lewis was 0.758sec off the front, and three-tenths behind Russell. 

Earlier this month, Lewis showcased his sense of style as he walked the paddock ahead of the F1 Grand Prix in Miami.

Lewis cut a stylish figure in an eye-catching black two piece with reflective sequins sewn all over.

He kept his head down as he appeared focused ahead of the race, staying comfy in loose fitting trousers which cut a baggy fit around the sportsman’s legs.

Completing the look, the British star opted for some chunky black boots, while he protected his eyes from the blazing sun with some chunky black sunglasses.

Tying his dark braids back in a bun, he accessorised the look with a beaded chain necklace.

The Formula One star looked incredible as he sported a longline black shoulder-padded blazer, which had capped sleeves

The Formula One star looked incredible as he sported a longline black shoulder-padded blazer, which had capped sleeves

He paired the blazer with an eccentric black jumpsuit with flared trouser legs and huge white patches on the pockets

He paired the blazer with an eccentric black jumpsuit with flared trouser legs and huge white patches on the pockets

Fans take pictures of Lewis as he walks the paddock in a quirky outfit

Fans take pictures of Lewis as he walks the paddock in a quirky outfit 

Lewis's ensemble consisted of flared bell-bottom style trousers on the jumpsuit

Lewis’s ensemble consisted of flared bell-bottom style trousers on the jumpsuit 

The jumpsuit had a plunging neckline unveiling the sportsman's bare chest

The jumpsuit had a plunging neckline unveiling the sportsman’s bare chest

Lewis walks in the paddock prior to the Grand Prix

Lewis walks in the paddock prior to the Grand Prix 

The side of Lewis's blazer had a cut-out feature, while he sported sunglasses

The side of Lewis’s blazer had a cut-out feature, while he sported sunglasses 

Lewis’s impressive chest and hand tattoos were also proudly on show.

It had been an unsuccessful day for the driver during the spring race, after he failed to make Q3. 

The seven time world champion took to Instagram to reach out to fans and let them know he and the team are working hard to get the results he knows they want. 

He penned: ‘Not the best today. All I can say is please know we are working as hard as we can, we are giving it everything and we won’t give up. We will get past this.’ 

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. 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.

Lewis heads through turnstiles as he completes the look with a pair of rectangular black sunglasses and chunky patent boots

Lewis heads through turnstiles as he completes the look with a pair of rectangular black sunglasses and chunky patent boots

The blazer also had cut-outs on the side

The blazer also had cut-outs on the side

Lewis walks surrounded by photographers ahead of the Grand Prix in Italy

Lewis walks surrounded by photographers ahead of the Grand Prix in Italy 

The open-neck blazer unveiled Lewis's bare chest and showed off his tattoos

The open-neck blazer unveiled Lewis’s bare chest and showed off his tattoos

‘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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