PUMA #ForeverFaster video: James Corden interviews Lewis Hamilton at 150mph!


How many questions can Lewis Hamilton answer whilst driving one lap at full speed around a race track?

…is a question everyone here at Sport-locker.net have been eager to get answered.

And now it has!

Comedian James Corden can after he sat down with Formula One racer, Lewis Hamilton, who proceeds to accelerate their interview location to nearly more than 150mph! Strapped in, Corden is tasked with asking as many questions as possible in one lap.

And given Hamilton’s track record, that isn’t a lot of time…

We’re not sure which is screeching louder: the tyres or Corden. Corden is, however, able to make it through the interview in one piece, having asked 18 questions.


And while we now know Hamilton’s favourite movie and his preference for boxers or briefs, what became clear was Hamilton is Forever Faster.


Not just fast. Faster. Faster is more determined. It trusts its instincts, not the rules. It’s brave. It’s confident. Faster reminds the world what it means to play. Then wins it all, breaks records, breaks them again, and takes a victory lap.


Lewis Hamilton said on the day: “I do so many media interviews as a part of my job but it was great fun to do it in a very different way.  This interview was definitely one of a kind – James was firing out questions almost as fast as I was driving, so I tried to make it a bit challenging for him.  He’s a really funny guy, I’d be more than happy to throw him around a passenger seat whenever he likes.”


After the interview, James Corden added with shaking knees: “If you think Lewis was driving fast, I can assure you, he was driving faster. This was undoubtedly the most unusual interview I have ever done, but it was for sure one of the most enjoyable.   It was great to meet Lewis, he was a great sport and I honestly believe that deep down he wishes his girlfriend was hot like me!”

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