In the eighties and nineties, the Spitting Image program, which parodies famous people and politicians with caricatured puppet figures, was a great success in Great Britain in the eighties and nineties.

The show also featured Lewis Hamilton, who recently drew attention to his environmental success and human rights campaign in addition to his Formula 1 sports successes, which many say is hypocritical. Below is the Hamilton scene (led by teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg’s weather report. “It’s going to be hot!”):

“Full please, boss! Hi, I’m Lewis Hamilton, a Formula 1 driver, a frontrunner in the fight against injustice and a VAT fraudster. It’s time to point out the big polluting oil and gas companies that are ruining our planet – except for my sponsor, Petronas, who are doing a damn good job and unbeatable in their prices! ” Says the pilot, then drives half a meter in his petrol-swallowing sports car, then asks for another refueling.

“I’m here again, Lewis Hamilton, a Formula 1 star, an environmental activist and a big fan of offshore tax havens. Human rights abuses must end, now! Point. Except China, Russia and Bahrain because I have to compete in these places. But outside of these, keep order everywhere! … I used to date one of the Pussycat Dolls! ”