Lewis Hamilton has sent an F1 gift bundle to eight-year-old Ukrainian fan Roman, who had to flee his home and is currently located in Poland.
After seeing a story about an eight-year-old Ukrainian boy, who wants to be an F1 driver, and had to flee his home due to the war in Ukraine, Lewis Hamilton decided to do something special for him.
The Mirror reports that the boy received a special gift bundle from Lewis, which includes a signed cap, a replica model of his helmet, a Lego Mercedes model, Mercedes Monopoly, and a note from the seven-time champion.
In the piece, Roman explained how he likes it in Poland.
“It is nice here,” the boy said.
“My favourite thing is the town swimming pool because of the slides.”
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Roman’s mother also described how he has settled so far.
“Roman likes it here but he always reminds me that we’ll be going home soonm,” she said.
“When it comes, that will be an unforgettable day. Roman is confident and brave. He was quiet initially at school, but has made friends and joins in with everything.
“His favourite subject is mathematics and he has joined in with things, like acting out a rock band performance,” Roman’s mom concluded.