Lewis Hamilton showcased his casual designer style as he stepped out at the Formula One Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina Circuit in the United Arab Emirates.

The racing driver, 36, is seeking a record eighth championship today, but the winner of the last four F1 titles has been pushed all season by 24-year-old Max Verstappen.

And ahead of his race, Lewis was spotted wearing a £469 purple and yellow Gucci T-shirt with the words ‘music is mine’ and ‘seats reclined’ across it along with the brand name, which he teamed with a pair of £665 Gucci GG canvas trousers.

In style: Lewis Hamilton, 36, showcased his casual style in a £1,935 outfit at the Formula One Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina Circuit in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday

The sportsman had on a pair of white Gucci GG embossed sneakers worth £554, while he wore a pair of Police x Lewis Hamilton 31 SPLE13 sunglasses priced at £247.

Lewis wore a black mask to shield himself from the coronavirus.

For the occasion, the actor wore his hair in a bun behind his head. 

Bold taste: Lewis was spotted wearing a £469 purple and yellow Gucci T-shirt with the words 'music is mine' and 'seats reclined' across it

Bold taste: Lewis was spotted wearing a £469 purple and yellow Gucci T-shirt with the words ‘music is mine’ and ‘seats reclined’ across it

Formula One announces his departure as the racer in Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi hosts the final title-determining season on Sunday.  

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will be held at Yas Marina Circuit. This circuit was included to the F1 calendar as 2009’s addition. 

This race marks the end of three events that took place in the Middle East, and is also the final event in this region for the F1 calendar.

Ready to race: The racing driver, 36, is seeking a record eighth championship today, but the winner of the last four F1 titles has been pushed all season by 24-year-old Max Verstappen

Ready to race: The racing driver, 36, is seeking a record eighth championship today, but the winner of the last four F1 titles has been pushed all season by 24-year-old Max Verstappen

F1 chief executive officer and president Stefano Domenicali announced on Thursday that they were delighted to confirm their racing schedule in Abu Dhabi through the terms of this agreement.   

“We’re looking forward to the finale of this season, where more Formula One history will have been made.”

Hamilton has used three consecutive victories to tie Verstappen – who was seen arriving with girlfriend Kelly Piquet – in the standings ahead of the finale.

Keeping it casual: ax Verstappen wore shorts and a T-shirt as he was seen arriving with girlfriend Kelly Piquet

Casual: ax Vertappen wore shorts, a T-shirt and sneakers when he arrived at the airport with Kelly Piquet.

All stars: Rapper Stormzy, 28, could be seen wearing a white T-shirt and black trousers as he arrived at the circuit to watch today's race

All stars: Rapper Stormzy (28), was seen arriving at the circuit in a white Tshirt and black pants.

Ready to roll: The Croydon-born star could be seen wearing a helmet as he prepared to sit in a racing car

Croydon’s star was ready to roll as he was about to take to the track in his racing car.

All smiles: The musician could be seen grinning as he wore a helmet with the words 'hot laps' emblazoned across the front

It was all smiles: He could be seen smiling as he donned a helmet that had the words “hot laps”, across its front.

This is the fourth title to be determined at Yas Marina. The championship has been settled there in 2010 and 2014.  

Max maintained that he is treated differently than other drivers, and will not change his driving style despite receiving two different time penalties at this year’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

The Dutchman refused to concede that he was right during the penultimate racing of the season and is now preparing for Lewis’ championship matchup.

Winner: Lewis and Max Verstappen (L) celebrate on the podium at the end of the French Formula One Grand Prix (pictured in June 2021)

Lewis and Max Verstappen (L), the winner of the French Formula One Grand Prix, celebrate together on the podium (photo taken in June 2021).

Max ran into Lewis twice at Turn 1 in a battle for supremacy. He was then asked to return the position on each occasion. Lewis received a five second penalty for having an edge off the track.

The most scandalous moment in the Grand Prix was Max’s guilty verdict after Hamilton brake checked on Lap 37. Max had to slow down to allow Hamilton through, resulting in a ten second penalty.    

Lewis was reluctantly to pass Max in front of DRS, so that he would have the speed advantage at the main straight. But Max applied his brakes first and Briton damaged the front wing.

Max said, “clearly these don’t work for everyone” as Max reflected upon the race on Thursday.

Autosport reports that he claimed: ‘The things which I did in regards to defending, two others guys in terms racing also did. And they didn’t even receive a mention of or a penality.

‘So I don’t understand because I thought it was just race hard. It was not my fault and the two other people involved in it didn’t suffer any penalties. However, it is only me that deserves it.

“Of course fighting at the front people are more critical, I suppose, but I still don’t get it.The 24-year old added: “I believe from my side what is unfair.” [is]I am not treated the same as other drivers.

Close: Verstappen has been criticised for his wheel-to-wheel battles with Lewis in Saudi Arabia

Closer: Verstappen was criticised in Saudi Arabia for wheel-to-wheel fights with Lewis