Lewis Hamilton dines with Odell Beckham Jr and models before 3am taxi packed with girls at Paris Fashion Week

LEWIS Hamilton partied until 3am and left a plush Paris restaurant with a cab full of women just two weeks before the start of the Formula One season.

The five-time world champion appears to be living life in the fast lane after attending Fashion Week in the French capital.

Lewis Hamilton leaves a Paris bar at 3am after attending Fashion Week
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Joining him on the VIP list was NFL superstar Odell Beckham Jr – and the duo weren’t short of female attention as they left Cesar restaurant.

They exited the venue with two blonde women and one brunette with one happy to sit on his lap.

Stunning model Jasmine Sanders was also in attendance as she strolled out hand in hand with a friend.

Hamilton, 34, didn’t appear too keen to be photographed and did his best to cover his face.

Mercedes bosses will be hoping he will soon turn his full attentions to making it six championship titles this year.

The Brit hides his face a a host of women join him in the cab
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Joining him was NFL superstar Odell Beckham Jr
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Model Jasmine Sanders, right, was at Cesar
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The first race gets underway in Australia on March 17 and Hamilton has been testing his new motor in Barcelona.

And after putting the car through its paces, the Brit admitted he is facing his toughest battle yet because his latest model is “potentially half a second” behind Ferrari’s. 

He said: “I think the gap (to Ferrari) is potentially half a second,

“Ferrari are the fastest. This is going to be the toughest battle yet. Ferrari’s pace is very, very good at the moment. The challenge is going to be harder than ever.

Hamilton did his best to hide his face from the cameras
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The F1 season gets underway on March 17 in Australia
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Lewis Hamilton and the NFL star were not short of female attention
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Hamilton was forced to admit that he faces the toughest F1 season yet
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“Testing is testing. There’s no reward for being quick in testing.

“We don’t know because everyone has different engine modes and fuel loads. It will be four races before we really know where we stand.”

Hamilton did end the final test day just 0.0003 seconds behind Sebastian Vettel’s pace-setting time.


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