Lewis Hamilton says he doesn't care what his trophies look like just as long as they come with 'first' on them.
Speaking ahead of his home race, the British Grand Prix, Hamilton has revealed that in days of weird looking trophies, he is a fan of the one handed out at Silvertone.
And he's especially in favour if it marked as the winner's trophy, something he got his hands on back in 2008 while racing for McLaren.
"Generally, Formula One trophies aren't very good. I was looking back at 2003 and the trophies were awesome. The last few years..." Hamilton mused to the Daily Mail.
"Silverstone has a good one, but they don't give it out. You use it and then you give it back....
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