Lewis HamiltonHe, along with Michael Schumacher, is the driver with the most world championship wins in Formula 1 with a total of seven. Mercedes figures coming through a season where it has achieved two podium finishes and is fourth in the Drivers’ Championship. In this context, it is important to review one of the British innovations outside the circuit: its properties.
Lewis Hamilton He is the second highest paid driver on the Formula 1 grid. The British multi-champion has ventured into various businesses which include gastronomy, fashion, real estate, among others. As such, it is important to review the mansions that hold the Mercedes figure around the world.
Lewis Hamilton Acquired a penthouse in New York at a cost of 32 million pounds sterling. Located in the Manhattan neighborhood, the condominium project owned by Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen boasts panoramic views of the Hudson River. The Mercedes-shaped penthouse has a squash court, swimming pool, gym, wine cellar and even a library.
It turned out that Mercedes’ figure put up an apartment in Tribeca in 2017 with a pool, five bedrooms and six bathrooms. However, the British pilot did not live in the said apartment and it was sold.
London is one of the British pilot’s favorite cities and he bought a six-bedroom independent villa there. It is an estate valued at £18 million and has gardens designed by the famous Samuel Johns, an architectural reference to the 19th century.
The seven-time world champion spends a large part of the year in Monte Carlo and owns a mansion located in the Fontvieille district there. This property is worth about 30 million pounds. Pilots such as Charles Leclerc, Max Verstappen, Lando Norris and Valtteri Bottas also live in the principality.
On the other hand, the next round of the Formula 1 World Championship continues with the Canadian Grand Prix scheduled to be held from June 16 to 18 at the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit in Montreal. The British driver is in third place with 87 points collected after seven races.