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Plastic stool used by F1 star Lewis Hamilton sells for £500 with chair wrapped to preserve ‘freshness of butt-prints’

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A PLASTIC stool seven-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton sat on has sold for over £500.

The Mercedes ace sat on the stool at a petrol station in Malaysia.

Hamilton sat on the stool at a petrol station
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Hamilton was alongside team-mate Russell in Malaysia
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The stool was reportedly wrapped to preserve ‘the freshness’
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Hamilton was in Malaysia for a short time alongside Mercedes team-mate George Russell.

The pair were in the capital city Kuala Lumpur for a Petronas Welcome Home Programme.

And whilst at a petrol station had a rest on a stool by the pumps.

The stool has since been sold on e-commerce site Shopee for £525.

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Sellers Lima Bintang Auto Parts listed the item described as “chair that F1 racer Lewis Hamilton sat on (Rare Item)” and it came with a guaranteed ‘authentic’ badge.

This means buyers can get a refund if the item is proven to be inauthentic.

The seller also reportedly wrapped the rare stool to preserve “the freshness” of Hamilton’s “butt prints.”

Hamilton and Russell appear to be building up quite the bond since becoming Merc team-mates.


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After recording a fourth and third-placed finish at the Australian Grand Prix at the weekend, Hamilton took Russell surfing in Melbourne.

The 37-year-old has also vowed to take Russell, who’s 13-years his junior, skydiving.

Charles Leclerc is currently leading the Driver Standings for the 2022 season after recording two wins and a second-placed podium.

Merc’s Russell is in second but off top spot by 34 points.

Hamilton is down in fifth, whilst world champion Max Verstappen is in sixth.

The Dutchman has one win to his name this season but failed to finish the other two races due to faults with his Red Bull car.

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