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Lewis Hamilton showcases his hunky physique during a day at the beach with his dog Roscoe


‘It’s changed his life’: Lewis Hamilton showcases his hunky physique during a day at the beach with his dog Roscoe as he reveals pooch is now on a vegan diet amid health problems

He recently won the Eifel Grand Prix to match Michael Schumacher’s tally of 91 victories. 

And Lewis Hamilton enjoyed some much needed downtime on Thursday as he enjoyed a day at the beach with beloved dog Roscoe. 

The racing driver, 35, showcased his hunky physique in the Instagram snaps as he revealed that his pooch is now on a vegan diet after suffering with health problems. 

Man's best friend: Lewis Hamilton enjoyed some much needed downtime on Thursday as he enjoyed a day at the beach with beloved dog Roscoe

Man’s best friend: Lewis Hamilton enjoyed some much needed downtime on Thursday as he enjoyed a day at the beach with beloved dog Roscoe

The images see a shirtless Lewis crouching down on the rocks by the sea shore as he sweetly played with his dog. 

While another sees the duo looking out to see as the sportsman prepares to throw a large stick for his pet.

Captioning the pictures, Lewis explained that his dog, who he’s had for eight years, previously suffered with breathing problems, joint pains and allergies.

However, after switching up Roscoe’s diet and transitioning him to vegan food, Lewis said that he can see a huge difference in his dog, joking: ‘He’s like a puppy again!’

Beach day: The racing driver, 35, showcased his hunky physique in the Instagram snaps as he revealed that his pooch is now on a vegan diet after suffering with health problems

Beach day: The racing driver, 35, showcased his hunky physique in the Instagram snaps as he revealed that his pooch is now on a vegan diet after suffering with health problems

He wrote: ‘This is Roscoe, I’ve had him for 8 years now. He loves to travel, he loves sticks, loves basketball and football. He ate normal dog food all of his life, as well as food with meat in it. 

‘His breathing has always been bad, which meant he was never able to walk very far and his joints would hurt. He also had skin allergies. 

‘3 months ago, I decided to transition him to a vegan diet. It has changed his life. He now doesn’t have any breathing issues, his throat is no longer restricted, and he doesn’t overheat like he did before and he loves to run. He also has no allergy issues. 

A dog's life The images see a shirtless Lewis crouching down on the rocks by the sea shore as he sweetly played with his dog

A dog’s life The images see a shirtless Lewis crouching down on the rocks by the sea shore as he sweetly played with his dog

‘He’s like a puppy again! It’s been amazing to see these changes in Roscoe and I’m so grateful to be able to share this. That said, I always recommend consulting with your vet before making any changes to your pet’s diet to ensure their nutritional needs are being met – which is the most important thing.’

It comes after Lewis was in Germany for the Eifel Grand Prix, held at the iconic Nürburgring motorsports complex. 

Officially, the German Grand Prix is on hiatus this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, with the Eifel Grand Prix – named after a nearby mountain range – replacing it.   

Concerns: Captioning the pictures, Lewis explained that his dog, who he's had for eight years, previously suffered with breathing problems, joint pains and allergies

Concerns: Captioning the pictures, Lewis explained that his dog, who he’s had for eight years, previously suffered with breathing problems, joint pains and allergies

Caring: The racing driver is incredibly close to his beloved bulldog Roscoe

Caring: The racing driver is incredibly close to his beloved bulldog Roscoe 

The legendary driver Michael Schumacher, 51, is confined to barracks as he wages a glacial recovery following the horrific skiing accident that robbed him of his vitality nearly seven years ago.

It was left to Michael’s 21-year-old son Mick, an aspiring Formula One driver and leader of the F2 standings, to perform the rituals on behalf of a private, tight family, to hand one of his father’s old helmets to Lewis like a baton.  

‘Getting to Formula One was the first step of the dream, and then it was emulating Ayrton (Senna),’ said Lewis. 

‘But Michael was just so far ahead, it was beyond my wildest dreams that I could be here today having equalled this record.’ 

Win: It comes after Lewis was in Germany for the Eifel Grand Prix, held at the iconic Nürburgring motorsports complex

Win: It comes after Lewis was in Germany for the Eifel Grand Prix, held at the iconic Nürburgring motorsports complex

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