Lewis Hamilton parties with two mystery girls in New York ahead of the Miami Grand Prix

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Lewis Hamilton parties with two mystery girls during a New York night out – ahead of this weekend’s Miami Grand Prix

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He is currently in the States ahead of the Miami Grand Prix this weekend. 

And letting his hair down before he hits the racetrack, Lewis Hamilton enjoyed a night out at Cipriani’s in New York on Tuesday. 

It was not a solo outing for the Mercedes racing driver, 37, as he was accompanied by two mystery girls who appeared very high-spirited in the presence of the F1 star.

Unwinding: Lewis Hamilton partied with two mystery female companions during a New York night out at Cipriani's on Tuesday - ahead of this weekend's Miami Grand Prix

Unwinding: Lewis Hamilton partied with two mystery female companions during a New York night out at Cipriani’s on Tuesday – ahead of this weekend’s Miami Grand Prix

The sportsman, who has recently spoken about his mission to improve diversity within his sport, kept things laidback for his night out in a black jacket, jumper and jeans. 

He also sported several chunky chains, wore his braids in an updo and considered his safety with a black facemask. 

Meanwhile, his companions cut gorgeous figures in their respective get-up. 

Night out: The Mercedes racing driver, 37, as was accompanied by girls who appeared very high-spirited in the presence of the F1 star

Night out: The Mercedes racing driver, 37, as was accompanied by girls who appeared very high-spirited in the presence of the F1 star

The Big Apple: The F1 star let his hair down before hitting the racetrack in Miami this weekend

Style: He kept his look casual

The Big Apple: The F1 star let his hair down before hitting the racetrack in Miami this weekend

Stunning: Lewis' companions cut gorgeous figures in their respective get-up

Stunning: Lewis’ companions cut gorgeous figures in their respective get-up

Having fun: One girl donned a corset top teamed with beige leather trousers and a cropped coat

Having fun: One girl donned a corset top teamed with beige leather trousers and a cropped coat

Heading home: The other paired a green, buttoned up blazer with chic black boots and toted a shoulder bag

Heading home: The other paired a green, buttoned up blazer with chic black boots and toted a shoulder bag

One girl donned a corset top teamed with beige leather trousers and a cropped coat. 

The other paired a green, buttoned up blazer with chic black boots and toted a shoulder bag. 

The night out comes as Lewis says his 16-year Formula One career has been ‘genuinely quite a lonely journey’ as the Mercedes star spoke about the lack of diversity within the sport. 

Departure: Lewis kept things laidback for his night out in a black jacket, jumper and jeans

Late night: He also sported several chunky chains, wore his braids in an updo and considered his safety with a black facemask

Departure: Lewis kept things laidback for his night out in a black jacket, jumper and jeans

The seven-time world champion, who is the only black driver in F1, appeared on Good Morning America on Monday in New York.

It is F1’s first visit to Miami and alongside speaking about F1’s ‘booming’ popularity stateside, Lewis spoke about his mission to improve diversity within the sport with the Hamilton Commission, set up in 2020. 

‘It’s been genuinely quite a lonely journey,’ he said on the popular ABC show. 

‘Me and my family were the only black family. I’ve been racing 29 years, I’m 37 now. But I’ve been professional for 16 years and always most often being the only person of colour in the room. 

‘And when I asked the question there was no real great feedback answer to that question so I put together the Hamilton Commission because it starts with education and understanding.’

Honest: The night out comes as Lewis says his 16-year Formula One career has been'genuinely quite a lonely journey' as the Mercedes star spoke about the lack of diversity within the sport

Honest: The night out comes as Lewis says his 16-year Formula One career has been ‘genuinely quite a lonely journey’ as the Mercedes star spoke about the lack of diversity within the sport

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