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Lewis Hamilton and the F1 stars had a blast in Miami!

The Miami Grand Prix takes place this weekend and the warm Florida sun sends the drivers into party mode!

Seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton rushed to play a game of basketball for The IWC Chrono Challenge and it looks like he had a great time!

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Lando Norris chose instead to show us his new beach ball helmet design while swimming in a pool!

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Moreover, Logan Sargeant also wanted to add the Miami and USA atmosphere to his F1 helmet by adding a huge US flag
 and palm trees!

Esteban Ocon seems to have liked Sargeant’s palm trees
 because he also decided to add them to his design!

Finally, Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu from the Alfa Romeo team took advantage of their stay to go to a baseball game.

The Miami Grand Prix will take place on Sunday March 7th at 3:30 pm and let’s hope that the drivers will have as much fun in the race!

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