Sir Lewis, Rise! Prince Charles, Windsor Castle knights F1’s Hamilton after his historic eighth world title victory was lost in controversial last lap.

  • Prince Charles presented the honor to Formula One ace 36 year old, today
  • Today, Windsor Castle gave the honor to the An Investiture.
  • Hamilton was seven-time world champion and knighted in recognition of his services to motorsport.

Today, Lewis Hamilton was knighted as a racing driver – only days after his heartbreak at losing the F1 title.

Prince Charles presented the honor to Formula One’s ace, Gary Jones, at Windsor Castle’s Investiture this morning.

Hamilton was crowned for his services to motorsport seven times.

As the fourth F1 racing driver to receive knighthood, he joins Sir Jackie Stewart and Sir Stirling Moss.

This comes days after Hamilton was controversially beaten in Abu Dhabi by Max Verstappen to his eight F1 championship title. 

Racing driver Lewis Hamilton today received his knighthood - just days after his F1 championship heartbreak

Lewis Hamilton, a race driver for Lewis Hamilton, was today knighted – days after his F1 heartbreak. 

The Formula One ace, 36, was awarded the honour by Prince Charles at an Investiture at Windsor Castle this morning

At an investiture at Windsor Castle, Prince Charles presented the honor to Formula One’s ace, Gary, who was 36 years old.

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