Lewis Hamilton to modify his name to honour his mother, Carmen Larbalestier

Her maiden name is Larbalestier, a surname that originally comes from Devon.

Hamilton’s mother, Carmen Larbalestier, presently Lockhart, divorced his father, Anthony Hamilton when he was two years old. The F1 superstar lived most of his childhood with his dad and stepmother Linda, and he has frequently addressed his familial bond in recent years.

Lewis Hamilton, the seven-time Formula One king, revealed on Monday that he will modify his identity to honour his mom Carmen Larbalestier as he sets to compete for a historic eighth world title.

The 37-year-old stated he would add his mother’s surname to his, very likely competing as Lewis Hamilton-Larbalestier, in a “soon” move.”I am proud of my family’s name. My mum’s name is Larbalestier and I’m just about to put that in my name.” He further said, as reported by Sky Sports, “I want her name to continue with the Hamilton name.”

The British driver, who was beaten to his eighth globe title in questionable circumstances at last year’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, was non-committal about his future, stating he was taking the situation “one day at a time.” “.. Max Verstappen overcame Hamilton on the last lap of the season’s final race to win the world championship when ex-race director Michael Masi permitted some drivers to unlap themselves while others did not.

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