Lewis Hamilton wears blue velvet suit as he arrives at tattoo parlour in New York ahead of Miami GP

LEWIS HAMILTON has treated himself to more tattoos ahead of next weeks's Miami Grand Prix.

The 37-year-old was spotted arriving into Bang Bang Tattoo parlour in New York wearing a blue velvet suit.


Seven-time world champion Hamilton headed Stateside early leading up to the fifth Formula One race of the season.

And the British icon appears to have had a touch-up on his hands with him snapped boasting new writing down his left hand.

His fans were quick to comment on the new ink, as one tweeted: "I just spot the new tattoo. Now I'm trying to figure out the full word."

Another posted: "A lil touch up."

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A third added: "My King."

Thus user then gushed: "And thats is why he is SO HOT."

As well as his hands, Hamilton boasts a number of other tattoos across the rest of his body, including his chest, back and shoulders.

That includes a roaring lion, crucifix and compass.

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He opened up about the various body art designs to GQ in 2018.

Hamilton has struggled for form in 2022, with the Mercedes driver sitting seventh in the F1 standings.

The ex-McLaren ace finished 13th in Sunday's Emilia Romagna GP, which was won by rival Max Verstappen.

And with his Mercedes contract expiring in 2023, there have been more rumours he could retire.

Former world champion Jacques Villeneuve suggested Hamilton could even quit before the end of the season, prompting a response from Hamilton.

He posted two stunning photos on Instagram surrounded by F1 car tyres.

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But the caption was even more interesting with Hamilton writing: "Working on my masterpiece, I’ll be the one to decide when it’s finished."

Hamilton has also vowed he remains 100 per cent committed to Mercedes, despite admitting he is not in the hunt to win a record eighth world championship.

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