F1 news: Lewis Hamilton rumoured to be dating Kanye West’s ex Juliana Nalu, hot tub, Shaun White

F1 fans think they have uncovered the identity of Lewis Hamilton’s new girlfriend.

The seven-time world champion, 38, is currently in Antarctica as he gears up for the 2023 season – which begins in Bahrain in March.

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He has filmed himself on training runs in the freezing conditions, jogging past seals and penguins as he gets himself in shape for a 17th successive year in Formula 1, The Sun reports.

Former Olympic snowboarder Shaun White has joined him out in the cold climate as Hamilton was pictured enjoying a hot tub with the three-time gold medallist.

White, 36, is also with his wife – actress Nina Dobrev.

In a screenshot of Hamilton and White in the hot tub, the arm of an unidentifiable woman can be seen next to the British racing driver.

And F1 fans believe it to be Kanye West’s ex-partner Juliana Nalu.

Brazilian supermodel Nalu, 24, has shared pictures from Antarctica during Hamilton’s time there.

And while there is no concrete proof that the pair are together, social media users hilariously jumped to conclusions.

Speaking about White and Hamilton, one person said: “Of course he’s on the same boat. Check Shaun White’s Insta. They’re in the hot tub and a girl (Juliana Nalu?) in Lewis’ arms.”

Another added: “JULIANA NALU WITH LEWIS HAMILTON, REALLY???”

A third said: “Juliana Nalu with Lewis Hamilton. LOL this darling is too good.”

While a fourth replied: “The Hamilton descent can be Brazilian and it only depends on Juliana Nalu.”

Before the Sao Paulo Grand Prix last year, Hamilton became a Brazilian citizen.

The Brit, who has a long affinity with the South American nation, was handed the legislative medal of merit and a diploma showcasing his new status.

He was a huge admirer of the country’s racing icon Ayrton Senna when he was growing up.

He then went on to win his first F1 world title in Brazil in 2008 – beating the home fans’ countryman Felipe Massa to the crown.

But he has still gone on to be embraced by the nation.

And he made a speech to the Brazilian people following his citizenship ceremony in November.

As reported by Reuters, he said: “I feel like now I’m one of you.”

He then went on to add: “I have so many amazing memories of Brazil. And particularly 2021 [when he won from 10th on the grid].

“Knowing you guys would cheer me on the way was one of the most special moments of my entire life. I can’t wait for us to continue to strive ahead.”

This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission.

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