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Lewis Hamilton teaches vegan bulldog Roscoe how to SKATEBOARD as F1 star pumps iron ahead of French GP

LEWIS HAMILTON took time out of his French Grand Prix preparations to teach his dog how to SKATEBOARD.

The seven-time F1 world champion‘s bulldog Roscoe often follows him around the paddock on race weekends.

Hamilton put Roscoe on a skateboard and pushed him along

The F1 champion gave his furry friend encouragement as he skated along

Roscoe also watched on as Hamilton lifted weights ahead of the French GP

But Hamilton’s furry friend became the star of the show on social media on Wednesday as the racing driver put him on a skateboard and pushed him along.

While his dog was rolling along on the board, Hamilton could be heard saying: “Good boy Roscoe, good boy buddy. Let’s go!”

Roscoe has built up a large following and can often be spotted trotting alongside his owner as the cameras follow the F1 legend around.

Like Hamilton, Roscoe is vegan and has a social media following of 584,000.

He was last spotted at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone earlier this month – which brought Hamilton the first of two back-to-back podiums.

Next up for the Briton is the French GP next weekend.

And he has been preparing for the 12th race of the 2022 season by lifting weights while Roscoe watched on.

Hamilton revealed after the Austrian GP – where he finished third – that his Mercedes car is getting back to its best.


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Reacting to the podium finish having crashed the car earlier on in the weekend, he said: “This is a great recovery for us as a team – to get a third and the fourth is some really good points.

“And so we have just got to keep our heads down and keep chipping away and we’re slowly eating into the guys ahead.”

Hamilton sits sixth in the drivers championship, with team-mate George Russell 19 points ahead in fifth.

Mercedes will now be hoping they can become the first team outside of Red Bull and Ferrari to win a race in 2022.