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Lewis Hamilton has invested in an NFL team
The Denver Broncos will now be able to count on Lewis Hamilton as the Formula One legend has invested in the NFL organization, expanding his portfolio.

The 37-year-old seven-time world champion has an uncommon amount of winning expertise, which has certainly attracted the club’s new owners, the Walton-Penner family.

Rob Walton, one of the Colorado club’s owners, said how excited he was to have the man with a fortune valued at $350 million Canadian dollars.

“He’s a competitive champion who knows what it takes to lead a winning team and a strong advocate for global equality, including in his own sport,” Watson said.

It is no coincidence that Sir Lewis joined the Broncos as he owns a mansion on the Colorado mountainside.

Remember that he also owns a luxurious penthouse in New York, which shows that he has some feet on American soil.

Lewis Hamilton seems interested in diversifying his portfolio. Recently, he showed interest in acquiring Premier League club Chelsea.

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