Lewis Hamilton 'not distracted' by tax claims

2017 Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton says he is "not distracted" by the Paradise Papers tax leak ahead of this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix.

The Brazilian Grand Prix is a Formula One championship race which is currently held at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, in Interlagos neighborhood, Socorro district, Sao Paulo.

Most wins on this Grand Prix has Alain Prost - 6, and McLaren is leading with most wins as a constructor - 12.

The last race was in 2016, and UK's wonder driver Lewis Hamilton won, driving for the Mercedes.

Hamilton is still one of the favorites in this year's race, but maybe he will have some distractions from the side.

The so called Paradise Papers consisting of 13,4 million confidential electronic document relating to offshore investment that were leaked to the German newspaper may influence the British driver, as his name is connected to some of those investments.

Hamilton is ensuring us that he is prepared for the race, and that allegations of his money laundering are not taking any affect on him.

The 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix will be held on November 12, this Sunday, so we will see how this will influence his driving pretty soon.

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deepak

7 months ago

paradise papers are already old news...............

cat

7 months ago

yeah, who cares about it? AND HAMILTON IS THE BEST!!!!

geoff

7 months ago

HAMILTON WILL BE THE GREATEST FORMULA ONE DRIVER EVER!!!!

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