Inside F1’s Lewis Hamilton’s supercar collection

Lewis Hamilton is one of the most popular F1 racing drivers in the world, with 103 wins to this present day. There’s no doubt that Hamilton has amassed millions of pounds for competing in World Championship Races, some of which has been spent of his car collection, today Art of Gears will be looking into Hamilton’s £13m supercar collection.

Ferrari LaFerrari

The Ferrari LaFerrari is supercar built solely for
speed and high performance with a price tag of around £1.4m.

The LaFerrari was unveiled to the public at the Geneva Motor Show in 2013, within the first weeks, all 500 units of the initial model were pre-ordered around the world and sold out completely before the Ferrari was even on the market.

The mid-mounted style supercar has a powerful V12 6.3L engine which is capable of accelerating the vehicle from 0-60mph within less than 2.7 seconds.


The rarest and most notable vehicle in Hamilton’s collection is the Pagani Zonda that was custom made just for him as a one off special ordered unit. Not many people own a Pagani Zonda as it has a hefty price tag of around £1.6m which Hamilton payed for.

The Pagani Zonda is finished off in a midnight purple colour complete with a highly customised body and huge rear wing spoiler.

This supercar was first unveiled in 1999 also at the Geneva motor show. It is fitted with a 6L V12 engine and was designed by Horacio Pagani, the founder of Pagani.

However it was announced in 2022 that he was putting his supercar on the market with a price tag of £8.5m therefore making a profit of more than £7m.


The most expensive vehicle in Hamilton’s collection is the Shelby 427 Cobra which has a price of an estimated £4m.

The rare 1966 Cobra has a 4-speed manual gearbox system with a 7.0L engine which can accelerate the vehicle to 0-60 mph in 1.2 seconds and to an initial top speed of 160mph.

This early vehicle built in the 1960’s still attracts the attention of petrolheads and fast fanatics with the body shape, rarity and the price tag.


Lewis Hamilton was part of the McLaren‘s F1 racing team from 2007 to 2012 however he first joined the F1 young drivers programme at McLaren aged 13 in 1998.

But that didn’t stop him from owning a McLaren even after he left the racing team.

His McLaren P1 is fitted with a twin-turbo V8 3.8L petrol engine, which is integrated with an electric motor system therefore increasing the brake horse-power to more than 900bhp.

This supercar has a top speed limit of 217 mph and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in under 2.6 seconds.The P1 has a price tag of around £2m.