By Eve Buckland For Mailonline
Published: 14:46 BST, 8 October 2020 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 8 October 2020
Lewis Hamilton suffered another fashion faux-pas as he donned a bizarre ensemble to attend an F1 event in Nürburg, Germany on Thursday.
The sportsman, 35, donned an extremely edgy Dior white and black newspaper-print co-ords, comprising of a denim shirt and straight-leg jeans.
Adding a pop of colour, Lewis wore a neon green woollen hat, and took precautions against COVID-19 with a black face mask.
Despite the autumnal weather, Lewis wore a pair of shades to complete his outfit.
The star opted for comfort with box-fresh trainers as he strolled.
Lewis is in Germany ahead of the Eifel Grand Prix, held at the iconic Nürburgring motorsports complex.
Officially, the German Grand Prix is on hiatus this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, with the Eifel Grand Prix - named after a nearby mountain range - replacing it.
Thumbs up: The sportsman, 35, donned an extremely edgy Dior white and black newspaper-print