Roscoe, Lewis Hamilton's dog, is one more member of the Formula 1 paddock when his owner takes him to the races. The weekend of the Britis
Roscoe, Lewis Hamilton’s dog, is one more member of the Formula 1 paddock when his owner takes him to the races. The weekend of the British GP, just a few days ago, the seven-time F1 world champion decided put a camera on it to show what the world of F1 is like from the inside.
The result has been a video posted on his Instagram account – that of the dog, @roscoelovescoco -, where you can see the British driver’s pet walking through the paddock. Together with Lewis, it is seen how Roscoe enters the Mercedes motorhome, where he is received by members of the team, and his camera also captures the affection of the fans towards his owner.
Roscoe attracted the attention of fans and media around the world when Lewis took him to the circuits for the first time, in the already distant 2013. The surprising thing about this story is that the presence of animals is prohibited in the paddock, but his case is different, and the dog has even come to have an official accreditation with which you can enter the circuits.
On Roscoe’s Instagram account, which is regularly updated, his bio reads this: “I’m a vegan bulldog who loves to travel, play ball and get attention from all the girls, especially when they rub my butt. I like frisbee and tennis.” There you can see very curious photos together with Lewis and even with fans.
The profile has 528,000 followers and his own hamilton revealed a few years ago that Roscoe is part of an agency where he charges up to $700 a day to participate in advertising campaigns.