Friday, 10 May 2013

Hamilton's bulldog makes his F1 debut at Spanish Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton walks Roscoe in the paddock today at the Spanish Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton brought his bulldog Roscoe to the Spanish Formula One Grand Prix on Thursday but kept the jet-setting pet away from the paddock.

The 2008 world champion has obtained a special VIP pass for the animal, complete with a photograph of the dog wearing trendy headphones, but abandoned plans to bring the pet to last month's Bahrain Grand Prix because Roscoe was reported to be feeling under the weather.

             Lewis Hamilton
The dog has acquired cult status for some Hamilton fans, with the Mercedes driver regularly posting photographs of him on Twitter.
Hamilton's girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger in the car in LA last week
"He's here. He went to the States with me and he came back the other day," Hamilton, who has a transatlantic relationship with American pop singer Nicole Scherzinger, told reporters at the Circuit de Catalunya when asked about Roscoe's F1 debut.

Hamilton said his pet was limping and had been to the vet, but was recovering after doing the 'splits' while left in the care of his father and stepmother when the Briton was at the Mercedes factory recently.

"For some reason he's just always in the wars but he's much better today," said the Briton. "He's down in my motorhome, I didn't bring him in."


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