Hamilton takes on an unlikely project

Currently regarded as one of the best drivers in Formula 1 history by virtue of stats, Lewis Hamilton is also involved in many social causes. In particular, the Mercedes driver is a strong advocate of veganism and has been living this lifestyle for about three years. The seven-time world champion has also launched a major project to support the cause.

Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton is undoubtedly one of the greatest drivers in F1 history when it comes to statistics. But the British driver is not only known for his incredible achievements in motor racing but is also involved in many social causes.

He is active in a number of causes and is not afraid to speak out when he feels it is necessary. In particular, Lewis Hamilton is a big supporter of veganism. He has also just embarked on a major project in the United States.


A continued venture

A vegan fast-food restaurant is to open in New York thanks to Hamilton. The vegan fast-food restaurant of his Neat Burger chain in New York will be in Manhattan. The restaurant will open next Monday, 17 April. He previously opened one on Park Avenue for six months.

The chain is backed by actor Leonardo DiCaprio and offers its customers only animal-free, 100% vegan food. Lewis Hamilton has been impressed by the response to Neat Burger since it opened.

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“I’m very proud of the boundaries we’ve been able to push,” he said.

“We created Neat Burger to make plant-based eating more accessible to everyone, whether you eat plant-based all the time or just want to add it to your diet once in a while.

“The response to Neat Burger since we opened has been incredible. I’m very proud of the boundaries we’ve been able to push in this space and the expansion plans are really exciting,” the seven-time F1 world champion was quoted as saying.

Lewis Hamilton may still be chasing an eighth world title, but he is not forgetting about his other investments outside of motorsport. Perhaps wise considering the situation at Mercedes currently.

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