Lewis Hamilton has been offered the chance to star in a movie about feuding Formula 1 stars after impressing director Ron Howard in his role as a consultant for the film.
We bet Lewis is rev-elling at the thought of being a Hollywood star and he's one lap closer after wowing Howard during their time together on upcoming movie Rush. (You're fired, Ed).
Ron told The Sun: "Lewis is great. The most impressive thing about him is that he came from a humble background and climbed to the top of his game. I had a long chat with him while starting work on the film, he was basically a consultant. I don't know if he would go for it. There should be a role for him, if he wanted it."
Rush is based on the motoring spats between Austrian former F1 driver Niki Lauda and late car ace James Hunt, played by Daniel Bruhl and Chris Hemsworth respectively.
Lewis already has some screen experience after voicing a motor in Disney's Cars 2.
He said last summer: "I woke up in LA, the Mrs cooked me breakfast, drove up to Disney. Recorded my part in the movie and went home... I could get used to this."
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