Lewis Hamilton aims to build museum for his trophies

Lewis Hamilton during a press conference on February 4, 2013
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Mercedes Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton reveals plans to build a museum in London to display his trophies.

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has revealed that he would one day like to build a museum in London to display his trophies.

The 28-year-old, who will compete for Mercedes for the first time at the Australian Grand Prix later this month, believes that the museum would attract plenty of Formula 1 fans.

"At the moment, all of my trophies are in my dad's loft and I have been thinking to build a museum," The Sun quotes Hamilton as saying.

"It would be cool to have somewhere where we could have one of the cars from every year that I have driven and the trophies up so people can see them. There's no point in having them all in your house where no one can see them."

Meanwhile, Hamilton's pop star girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger has admitted that she is clueless about the sport.

Lewis Hamilton during a press conference on February 4, 2013
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