The “King of F1” shows his “perfect response” at “Tokyo Station
Lewis Hamilton, 37, is an F1 superstar who has won the F1 drivers’ championship seven times, tied for the most in history. It was the morning of October 6 when he appeared at Tokyo Station. Fans had been waiting for Hamilton to show up at the station with cameras and colored papers in their hands for some time now.
Hamilton came to Japan a few days before the 2022 Honda F1 Japanese Grand Prix, the first race to be held in Japan in three years, and he began free practice on October 7. Fans responded to this, and on the morning of the 5th, many fans were waiting for him around the Imperial Palace as well.
Surrounded by several bodyguards, Hamilton appeared with a cup of coffee in his hand. He was wearing a black cap, black sunglasses, and a khaki-colored mod coat. On the left arm of the coat was printed a design by Takashi Murakami, 60, a world-renowned pop artist, entitled “Flower.
Hamilton visited Murakami’s atelier on April 4 to discuss the collaboration of his apparel brand “+44” and the world-famous pop artist Takashi Murakami, which is expected to be announced soon. (A store employee).
Hamilton, who has yet to win a race this season and will miss out on the F1 championship in 2021, said on the occasion of the Japanese Grand Prix, “I love what I do,” he said.
I love what I do,” he said.
I love what I do,” he said, impressing us with his high motivation. I hope he will be able to make another flower bloom like the one on his left arm at the Japanese Grand Prix.