F1 champ Lewis Hamilton’s abs – see the shirtless Instagram selfie

F1 champ Lewis Hamilton’s abs – see the shirtless Instagram selfie

The reigning and three-time Formula One (F1) World Champion, Lewis Hamilton, has a lot of times on his hands and he is taking advantage of the off-season to train for the next season, which kicks off in Australia in April.

Recently, Hamilton recently posted a selfie showing his abs on Sunday and the post has now gained more than 45k likes on Instagram.

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Putting in that work!!! #getit #workhardplayhard #nevergiveup

A photo posted by Lewis Hamilton (@lewishamilton) on Jan 30, 2016 at 7:55am PST

Hamilton’s tattoo collection is seen on his shirtless selfie. The 31-year-old British racing star has a number of personal body art including the words “Family (written across his right shoulder),” “Faith (written across his left shoulder),” and “Powerful Beyond Measure (written across his chest).” Hamilton also had Michelangelo’s Pieta inked on top of his right arm. He has a compass on his chest, a Sacred Heart on his biceps, and a Cross and angel wings on his back with words, “Still I Rise.”

The 31-year-old has just been enjoying hid downtime. He also recently attended Louis Vuitton’s Menswear Fall/Winter 2016-2017 show in Paris last week. Hamilton has also been sharing his travel getaways and had a birthday break in Cabo, Mexico.

Going into this year’s F1 season, the Briton is set to revive the fight for F1 dominance against Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg, Paul Weaver of The Guardian writes. According to Weaver, Ferrari may have a chance at F1 glory, but the Mercedes rivals will remain the ones to beat in 2016.

Hamilton won 10 races last season and clinched his third world title in Austin last October while Rosberg won six races in 2015 including the three remaining races at the Mexican Grand Prix, Brazilian Grand Prix, and Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, on the other hand, won three races (Malaysian Grand Prix, Hungarian Grand Prix, and Singapore Grand Prix).

Main photo courtesy: Mercedesamgf1.com