10 Ultra luxurious items owned by Lewis Hamilton whose net worth is $285 million


10 Ultra luxurious items owned by Lewis Hamilton whose net worth is $285 million

Lewis Hamilton in 2018

Sir Lewis Hamilton is a racing driver currently competing in Formula 1. The British bloke drives for the Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team. The hotshot first joined the sport back in 2007 at the Australian Grand Prix and went on to grab a podium at the race. Since then, the British driver has been on a roll and has gone onto achieve a lot in F1. He has also gone onto becoming one of the highest paid athletes in the world.

Having earned 100+ pole positions and almost 200 podium’s, the record list doesn’t end here as Lewis Hamilton also holds the record for most wins with 103 wins under his belt as of 2022. The Mercedes driver is tied with Michael Schumacher for most championships with both having 7 F1 world titles each. It is clear that Lewis has achieved a lot of success and gets paid well for his efforts.

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Having been in the sport for more than a decade, the British driver has earned a lot working with Mercedes Amg Petronas F1 team. His reported salary for the 2021 season was approximately 40 million dollars. Due to this, he is able to live a luxurious life and spend money on some insanely expensive items. Here is a list of the top 10 ultra luxurious items that are owned by the British driver.

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10)MV Augusta dragster F4 LH44

MV Augusta dragster F4 LH44
MV Augusta dragster F4 LH44

The MV Augusta dragster F4 LH 44 is a custom bike that is named after the multiple world champion. The latest model of this bike that Lewis collaborated on with MV Augusta costs around 60 thousand dollars. The British driver can be seen riding this magnificent bike to the racetrack during events like the Monaco GP.

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9)Mclaren P1

Mclaren P1
Mclaren P1

The Mclaren P1 is one of the fastest and most expensive cars in the world. Sir Lewis Hamilton got delivery of the vehicle in 2015 during an event in Monaco. Soon afterwards, the car was transported to Lewis’s Monaco home by Mclaren Employees. This particular P1 came with a bright blue finish which included exposed carbon-fiber elements.

This beast can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 2.4 seconds, and will go on to reach a top speed of 225 mph. With just 375 models made for the UK, the car has become very rare and it’s purchase value has increased by a lot.

8)Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500 replica

Lewis Hamilton's Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500 replica
Lewis Hamilton’s Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500 replica

Lewis Hamilton owns a 1967 Shelby GT500 which uses all official parts. However, much of it is modern. The car is a replica of Eleanor which was featured in “Gone in 60 seconds”. It might be a replica but that doesn’t mean that it was any cheaper. The Shelby GT 500 set Lewis back by 200 thousand dollars. In totality, it is clear that Lewis has a beautiful car in his garage.

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7)Mercedes Amg Sls

Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes Amg Sls
Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes Amg Sls

A former Top Gear host said that the Mercedes Amg Sls is “the greatest car in the world,” wherein he confirmed that it was more powerful than a Ferrari 458 and it was surely louder than a Lambo. Lewis loves to spend in the millions, however he went for a cheaper option this time out as the car costs around 500 thousand dollars. This honestly is a bargain for what the car has to offer.

6)Monaco Apartment

Lewis Hamilton's Monaco Apartment
Lewis Hamilton’s Monaco Apartment

Almost each and every single person living in Monaco is a millionaire. Hence, it is pretty clear that housing prices here will be way up. Anyone who has been affiliated with F1 has a place in Monaco. It’s mediterranean weather and no income tax policy makes it the perfect place for F1 drivers like Lewis Hamilton who also own a home out here in the French riviera.

Lewis Hamilton’s Monaco apartment set him back by about 15 million dollars. The house is located in Fontvieille district which is home to many famous sports athletes. The apartment came with 4 bathrooms, a steam room and a 300sq ft terrace. Apparently other apartments in Hamilton’s building cost double the amount that he paid.

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5) Grenada Hotel

Grenada property
Grenada property

Grenada is actually a chain of islands. Lewis Hamilton’s dad is actually from there. The British driver has a piece of hotel development in that area that is worth around 30 million dollars. It is clear that Lewis loves to open up business ventures and make investments. The property runs right onto the scenic beaches of Granada.

4)Ferrari Laferrari limited edition

Lewis Hamilton's LaFerrari LM
Lewis Hamilton’s LaFerrari LM

Only 499 models of this car were created and one of them is proudly owned by Sir Lewis Hamilton. The Ferrari LaFerrari limited edition vehicle set the British driver back by 1 million pounds. Celebrities such as Floyd Mayweather and Gordon Ramsay are proud owners of this model. Only a select few individuals have gotten the chance to purchase this beast.

Lewis’s supercar has a top speed of 349 km/h and is capable of doing 0-100 in a mere2.4 seconds. The LaFerrari can reach speeds of 200 km/h in under seven seconds and 300 km/h in 15 seconds making it one of the fastest supercars ever made. To buy this vehicle, you need to be on Ferrari’s special list and thankfully Lewis made the cut due to his profession and bank balance.

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3)18 million dollar London mansion

Lewis Hamilton's London Mansion
Lewis Hamilton’s London Mansion

Lewis’s multi million dollar London mansion is located in Kensington, West London. It has a history of posh owners which include Burberry chief designer Christopher Bailey. The mansion itself is located in one of the most expensive areas in the country itself. The house has a massive kitchen and dining room to cater to any and all party needs.

The mansion is 4 floors high with 6 bedrooms along with a beautiful 200 feet garden that also has a summer home. This property itself was built by Samuel Johns in 1860 and has 4 reception rooms too. All in all, it’s a great investment as the value of the property keeps going up every year.

2)Amg Project 1

Lewis Hamilton and the Mercedes AMG Project 1
Lewis Hamilton and the Mercedes AMG Project 1

The Amg Project One Hypercar was made to be a direct link between the German automobile giants F1 operations and its road car operations. This beast is powered by a 1.6 litre V6 turbocharged petrol engine along with an electric motor setup that can also be seen in the Mercedes W08 F1 car. It has a top speed of 198 miles per hour and is able to do 0-60 in a mere 3.5 seconds.

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The car is priced at 2.7 million dollars. Lewis Hamilton’s AMG one has all the extra customisation options including a sleek trim in matte black carbon fiber.

1)Sunseeker yacht

F1 driver Lewis Hamilton's Sunseeker 90 yacht
F1 driver Lewis Hamilton’s Sunseeker 90 yacht

The Mercedes driver owns a yacht called the Sunseeker 90 which is worth about 4 million dollars or 3.1 million euros. Along with some cozy interior designing, the yacht itself is 27.10 meters long. It has a total of 4 cabins that can house 8 guests in total. The sea vehicle can reach speeds of up to 30 knots while maintaining a cruising speed of 22 knots.

The yacht is blessed with a luxury interior equipped with ‘American walnut carpentry’. It includes features such as air conditioning, a chef’s sized kitchen and a huge entertainment system. The yacht also houses an area fit for barbecues and has features that make water sports accessible for the guests. The Sunseeker 90 is kept in Monaco, a destination that is known for its racing prestige.

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