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Lewis Hamilton shows off his unique sense of favor in a yellow corduroy waistcoat and trousers on the French Grand Prix

He’s well-known for his love of kooky fashion. 

And Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, 37, was actually no wallflower when he appeared on the French Grand Prix in Le Castellet on Thursday.

The Mercedes driver stood out from the gang in a yellow corduroy waistcoat and trousers as he strolled across the famous Circuit Paul Ricard. 

Mellow yellow: Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton , 37, was actually no wallflower when he appeared on the French Grand Prix in Le Castellet on Thursday

He had his muscly and tattooed arms on display in the highest and accomplished his summery look with chunky black boots. 

Lewis accessorised with stylish black sunglasses after arriving on site, with the Grand Prix lasting from Friday until Sunday. 

The racing star wore his short dark hair styled into his usual braids and sported some facial hair.  

Style: The Mercedes driver stood out from the crowd in a yellow corduroy waistcoat and trousers as he strolled around the famous Circuit Paul Ricard

Style: The Mercedes driver stood out from the gang in a yellow corduroy waistcoat and trousers as he strolled across the famous Circuit Paul Ricard

The outing comes after Lewis showed his support behind the climate activists who invaded the track at this years British Grand Prix earlier this month, where he took a record thirteenth podium at a single race. 

Northamptonshire Police said seven people were arrested after the invasion on the opening lap of the Silverstone contest, after five protestors stormed the Wellington Straight before sitting down.

The race had already been suspended following Zhou Guanyu’s high-speed crash, followed by a 53-minute delay before the restart in a high octane, action-packed day at Silverstone. 

Getting ready: Lewis takes part in the first practice at the Circuit Paul Ricard ahead of the Formula 1 Lenovo Grand Prix on Friday

Preparing: Lewis takes part in the primary practice on the Circuit Paul Ricard ahead of the Formula 1 Lenovo Grand Prix on Friday

Hamilton, perhaps to many fans’ surprise, backed the protests on Twitter – understood to be from climate activist group Just Stop Oil – although he warned that storming the track on race day was far too dangerous.

The seven-time world champion said: ‘As we have seen today, it is a very dangerous sport.

‘I wasn’t aware of the protests today, and while I’ll at all times support those standing up for what they imagine in, it have to be done safely.

‘Please don’t jump onto our race circuits to protest, we don’t desire to place you in harm’s way.’

The quintet were swiftly dragged away by marshals to large cheers from the watching crowd.

But in a race that saw ambulances and emergency crews called to the scene, there could very nearly have been further incidents after the protestors stormed the fastest a part of the track. 

Having his say: The outing comes after Lewis showed his support behind the climate activists who invaded the track at this years British Grand Prix earlier this month, where he took a record 13th podium at a single race

Having his say: The outing comes after Lewis showed his support behind the climate activists who invaded the track at this years British Grand Prix earlier this month, where he took a record thirteenth podium at a single race

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