Lewis Hamilton unfollows EVERYBODY on Instagram as seven-time world champion maintains his silence after controversial Formula One finale in Abu Dhabi

Lewis Hamilton has unfollowed everybody on Instagram as the Mercedes star maintains his silence following the dramatic Formula One finale this month.



Hamilton, 36, was controversially pipped to the world championship by Max Verstappen, 24, on the final lap of a thrilling race in Abu Dhabi,



with the role of FIA chief Michael Masi heavily criticised by fans and pundits. The seven-time world champion was gracious in defeat in the immediate aftermath of the decider in the desert,

but has since remained silent on the subject of that race and his Formula One future. Mercedes chief Toto Wolff amplified concerns over Hamilton’s racing career after revealing that he was ‘disillusioned’ after Abu Dhabi,



and the pair snubbed the FIA’s end of season award ceremony last week. Hamilton’s only public sighting since the race was at Windsor Castle, where he received his knighthood from the Prince of Wales.

And now, the 36-year-old has raised eyebrows after appearing to unfollow a handful of accounts on his Instagram page. His account, which has over 26million followers,



gives his fans an insight into his life on and off track, where Hamilton posts photos with his team, celebrity friends and his dog, Roscoe. It is not yet known what the move could mean,

yet it is not the first time Hamilton has taken to an unfollowing spree on the social media platform, having previously done so in 2019.



Reflecting on the controversial title decider in Abu Dhabi, Wolff said: ‘Lewis Hamilton and I are disillusioned at the moment.