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Lewis Hamilton enjoys a break from Formula 1 in Rwanda

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Lewis Hamilton has been enjoying himself in the F1 summer break as he has spent some of his time away from the track in the African country of Rwanda.

The 37-year-old posted pictures of himself on Twitter exploring everything the country has to offer, including making a ‘new best friend’ in a goat that he can be seen holding in one of the pictures.

He said of the country: ‘Rwanda is truly so beautiful. Thank you for having us. I can’t wait to come back.’

Lewis Hamilton made a 'new best friend' in this goat during a recent break to Rwanda © Provided by Daily Mail Lewis Hamilton made a ‘new best friend’ in this goat during a recent break to Rwanda Hamilton has called Rwanda a 'beautiful' country and wants to go back there in the future© Provided by Daily Mail Hamilton has called Rwanda a ‘beautiful’ country and wants to go back there in the future

Hamilton has struggled to repeat the same success that he has done previously on the track so far this season as he currently sits in sixth position in the Driver’s Championship on 146 points, 112 behind leader and Red Bull driver Max Verstappen.

His team, Mercedes, are currently third in the Constructors Championship behind Ferrari and first place Red Bull.

So far this season there has been 13 races in 20 weeks before the summer break started following the Hungarian Grand Prix in which Hamilton finished in second place to Verstappen.

The F1 teams are set to return to the track later this month as they will reconvene for the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps on the August 26-28.

Max Verstappen (pictured) won the Hungarian Grand Pix with Hamilton coming in at second © Provided by Daily Mail Max Verstappen (pictured) won the Hungarian Grand Pix with Hamilton coming in at secondHamilton is sixth in the Driver's Championship ahead of the crucial Belgian Grand Prix© Provided by Daily Mail Hamilton is sixth in the Driver’s Championship ahead of the crucial Belgian Grand Prix

Hamilton, who could be starting to consider retirement, has recently admitted that he will stay interested in the sport and that he does not want to be a retired driver that will dig out racers.

He told Viaplay: ‘I’ll always be tapped into this sport, I’ll always be watching.

‘I’ll always want to be someone that’s being positive to whichever drivers that are here, good or bad, because you know how difficult it is to start, and how it can suck and how days can be good and how people can be negative about you.

‘I don’t ever want to be one of those drivers that does that, because we’ve experienced that.’

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