Looks like there won't be any new couple alert bells going off here.
Although Lewis Hamilton and Kendall Jenner have sparked some romance rumors recently after being spotted out and about together, the Formula One race car driver cleared the air while chatting with E!
News and explained that there's nothing brewing between the two.
He won his first World Championship title with Mc Laren in 2008, then moved to Mercedes where he won back-to-back titles in 20 before winning his fourth title in 2017.
Statistically the most successful British driver in the history of the sport, Hamilton has more World Championship titles (4) and more race victories than any other British driver in Formula One (62).
He also holds records for the all-time most career points (2,643), the most wins at different circuits (24), the all-time most pole positions (73) and the most grand slams in a season (3).
Born and raised in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, Hamilton's interest in racing started when his father bought him a radio-controlled car when he was six.
He was signed to Mc Laren's young driver support programme in 1998, after he approached Mc Laren team principal Ron Dennis at an awards ceremony three years earlier and said "one day I want to be racing your cars".
After winning the British Formula Renault, Formula 3 Euro Series, and GP2 championships on his way up the racing career ladder, he made his Formula One debut twelve years after his initial encounter with Dennis, driving for Mc Laren in 2007.