Hamilton charged with losing control of vehicle

Lewis Hamilton has received a summons from Melbourne Magistrates’ Court with the charge of intentionally losing control of a vehicle

Earlier this year Lewis had his silver Mercedes impounded by Australian Police for allegedly doing a burnout and fishtail on the public highway. His solicitor received the summons yesterday but it is unclear if Lewis will attend the August 24th hearing due to it being so close to the Belgium Grand Prix.

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