Lewis Hamilton arrives at the Dutch Grand Prix with a low-cut shirt and flared pants to display his tattoos.

Lewis Hamilton arrives at the Dutch Grand Prix with a low-cut shirt and flared pants to display his tattoos.

Lewis Hamilton showcased his tattoos in a stylish ensemble, donning a low-cut black V-neck long shirt and matching flared trousers as he arrived at the Dutch Grand Prix paddock. The 38-year-old British racing driver completed his look with bold chunky shoes, black sunglasses that caught the eye, and a silver chain necklace. Despite his composed appearance, Hamilton faced disappointment in the Qualifying 2 (Q2) session, where he was eliminated and secured the 13th starting position for the race. This outcome was a setback to his recent goal of securing the second position in the drivers’ standings. As of now, he holds the fourth position, trailing behind Sergio Perez by 41 points. Hamilton attributed his Q2 exit to his car’s and his own performance, mentioning that he couldn’t improve on his last lap due to tire overheating. Despite the challenges, he expressed optimism about the race day and pledged to give his best effort. In contrast, Max Verstappen’s spectacular performance sent the home crowd into a frenzy as he secured pole position at the Dutch Grand Prix with a significant lead. Verstappen’s standout lap time was half a second faster than Lando Norris, who claimed the second spot. Verstappen’s achievements were celebrated by Red Bull team principal Christian Horner, and he is now aiming for a record-equalling ninth consecutive victory in the 72-lap race.