Lewis Hamilton goes undercover to inspire school children (SHORT VERSION)

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Jeremy Clarkson, 61, has slammed Formula One’s Lewis Hamilton, 36, believing he has changed. The former Top Gear presenter has been a vocal critic of Lewis many times.

The problem is that Lewis has changed.

Jeremy Clarkson

Previously, Jeremy attacked Lewis for his antics during the Hungarian Grand Prix.

The presenter tweeted telling his 7.5 million followers that “Lewis needed a smacked bottom”.

His latest comments have been no different, with Jeremy expressing his view on the race car driver in his Sun column, released yesterday.

Jeremy mentioned Lewis always thanks the crowd after each race, with the crowd always “booing”.

He said: “The problem is that Lewis has changed.”

Jeremy claims that he used to be “normal” when he first came on the scene, and he was “bright and talented”.

The former Top Gear host added: “But then he decided to go woke and right-on and more politically correct than a student union AGM.”

He then slammed Lewis for painting his car black during the BLM movement, and for selling his jet, urging “everyone to be vegetarian”.

Jeremy added: “All this might work well on social media but in the real world, where people live, it doesn’t work at all.

“They get Lewis to be a mouthpiece thinking he’ll convert the rest of us.

“But instead, we all just want to throw something at him.”

Jeremy has been very vocal about his opinion on Lewis a number of times, however, most recently he mocked Lewis’s look at this year’s Met Gala.

Lewis attended the prestigious event where he paired a lace net skirt over his black suit.

He wore a see-through mesh shirt to complete the look with some shiny black loafers.

The head-turning look split on-lookers with some hailing his appearance as swarve while others mocked it.

Jeremy was in the latter camp as he took aim at the F1 for his “wedding dress” look.

Lewis still attended the Met Gala after he suffered head injuries at the Italian’s Grand Prix.

He turned up to the event the next day, where he hosted a table of emerging young Black designers.

Discussing the decision, he told Vogue: “The Met is the biggest fashion event of the year, and for this theme, I wanted to create something that was meaningful and would spark a conversation.

“So that when people see us all together, it will put these Black designers at the top of people’s minds.”

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