Hamilton, Stewart swapped rides for a promotion in 2011 Defending Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has been making all kinds of news this week cozying up with Rihanna at a street festival in Barbados. And he wants to try his hand at NASCAR. The British racer has two F1 titles and currently sits atop the series' standings, 21 points ahead of Nico Rosberg of Germany. While taking a break before the Belgian Grand Prix Aug. 21-23, Hamilton told The Mirror, a British website, that he would like to compete in American stock-car racing. "I'd really like to do a NASCAR race one day," Hamilton said. Joey Logano would welcome sharing the track with Hamilton and tweeted his support for the idea. Would be fun to have u on track with us @LewisHamilton ! https://t.co/KoXmH5Llcu — Joey Logano (@joeylogano) August 4, 2015 Fellow F1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya spent eight full years with Chip Ganassi, and Kimi Raikkonen ran both a NCWTS race and an XFINITY Series race in 2011 while taking a hiatus from Formula 1. Hamilton had one taste of Sprint Cup racing in 2011 when he and three-time series champion Tony Stewart swapped rides for a Mobil 1 promotion at Watkins Glen Asked if he wanted to trade jobs with Stewart after that ride, Hamilton said, "Yeah, yeah, you never know." For his part, Stewart said he would be honored to have Hamilton as a teammate. FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
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