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The Mercedes Formula 1 driver is set to receive his knighthood for services to motorsports on Wednesday. It comes after he narrowly lost out on a record eighth Formula One world title to Max Verstappen.
Buckingham Palace announced on Monday the ceremony would take place on Wednesday at Windsor Castle.
The 36-year-old’s knighthood was announced last December, and comes 13 years after he was awarded an MBE in 2008 after his first world title.
The honour will see Mr Hamilton become the fourth F1 driver to be recognised with a knighthood, after Sir Stirling Moss, Sir Jack Brabham and Sir Jackie Stewart.
It comes after the driver was omitted from the shortlist of six sporting stars for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.
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