Lewis Hamilton showcases his bold sense of style in a tie-dye jacket and trousers

Lewis Hamilton showcases his bold sense of style in a tie-dye jacket and trousers at the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Emilia-Romagna in Italy

He is known for his stylish and daring outfit choices.

And Lewis Hamilton looked effortlessly stylish again as he prepared for race day at the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Emilia-Romagna in Imola, Italy on Sunday.

The racing driver, 37, stood out from the crowd in a multicolored tie-dye denim jacket, which he paired with matching trousers.

Looking good: Lewis Hamilton looked effortlessly stylish again as he prepared for race day at the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Emilia-Romagna in Imola, Italy on Sunday

He added plain cream sneakers and hid behind a pair of black sunglasses and a green baseball cap.

Making his safety a priority, he donned a black face mask over his nose and mouth, while pulling his hair back into a fashionable man bun.

It comes as Lewis and Serena Williams are reportedly backing Sir Martin Broughton’s bid to buy Chelsea FC, with the stars set to invest in buying the club from Stamford Bridge.

Eye-catching: The racing driver, 37, stood out from the crowd in a multicolored tie-dye denim jacket, which he paired with matching trousers

Eye-catching: The racing driver, 37, stood out from the crowd in a multicolored tie-dye denim jacket, which he paired with matching trousers

According to Sky News, the seven-time Formula 1 champion and 23-time Grand Slam winner are set to pledge £10million each in the deal, with Chelsea set to be sold for around £2.5billion.

A spokesman for Lewis said: “We can confirm that Lewis has joined Sir Martin Broughton’s bid, but the financial figure reported in the Sky article is not accurate.”

Martin, the former chairman of British Airways and Liverpool FC, has apparently been in talks with the duo for weeks.

Fashion-forward: He added plain cream sneakers to complete his outfit

Sunshine: He hid behind a pair of black sunglasses and a green baseball cap

Fashion-forward: He added plain cream trainers and hid behind a pair of black sunglasses and a green baseball cap

Lewis has previously spoken about how he supports Chelsea’s London rivals Arsenal and has been a fan since he was five years old.

Sky News also claims that Lewis would “play an official role in Chelsea’s future efforts to promote diversity, equity and inclusion” if Martin’s bid is successful.

Chelsea have been on sale since March – shortly before Russian owner Roman Abramovich was hit with government sanctions over his links to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Raine Group, the bank overseeing the sale of Chelsea, could present its preferred bidder to the government as early as this week.

Handsome: Making his safety a priority, he donned a black face mask over his nose and mouth, while pulling his hair back into a fashionable man bun

Handsome: Making his safety a priority, he donned a black face mask over his nose and mouth, while pulling his hair back into a fashionable man bun

Partnership: Lewis and Serena Williams are said to have backed Sir Martin Broughton's bid to buy Chelsea, with the stars ready to invest in buying the Stamford Bridge club

Partnership: Lewis and Serena Williams are said to have backed Sir Martin Broughton’s bid to buy Chelsea, with the stars ready to invest in buying the Stamford Bridge club