Lewis Hamilton takes the ‘sea-nic’ route down The Thames ahead of the weekend’s British Grand Prix

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World-renowned F1 driver Sir Lewis Hamilton speeds down the Thames in a luxury yacht as part of an epic stunt.


He was joined by UK radio presenter, Roman Kemp, in a Best Of British stunt, speeding past iconic British monuments like the London Eye, Tate Modern and Houses of Parliament. The once in a lifetime event celebrates Lewis’ career, one most successful F1 pilots of all time.

The stunt concluded at Battersea Power Station where seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton shared fascinating insights into his career with Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Formula One team.

Beginning at the historic Butlers Wharf and stopping at some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. This dynamic journey included visits to the London Eye, Tate Modern, and the Houses of Parliament, showcasing the very best of what London has to offer.

As a celebrated British icon, Lewis Hamilton’s deliberate stops at these renowned locations were a celebration of British excellence. Each monument was selected to highlight its significance – The London Eye, an essential attraction for any visitor, while the Houses of Parliament represent the heart of Britain’s democratic decision-making.

In true Lewis Hamilton style, this tour was more than a casual sightseeing trip. It was a powerful showcase of London’s most impressive landmarks ahead of the Silverstone Grand Prix. His journey through these iconic locations perfectly captured the spirit of the ‘Best of British’.

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