While the overall selection is still fairly limited, the interest in Lewis Hamilton cards continues to grow as the racing legend pads his historic Formula One (F1) résumé.
Starting in 2006, various Lewis Hamilton cards have appeared. However, the first mainstream card release did not occur until Topps took over the F1 license in 2020.
By no means is this every Lewis Hamilton card ever made. The guide highlights some of the key choices available to collectors.
There are also multiple unlicensed cards from over the years, including the Pro 2.0 card.
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Top Lewis Hamilton Cards
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2006 Futera Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton #95
Most collectors view 2006 Futera Grand Prix as the first Lewis Hamilton card. This GP2 card is more like a minor league card, so not everyone treats it as his rookie card. Nevertheless, these Next cards rarely surface.
2009 Sports Illustrated for Kids Lewis Hamilton #360
Home to many first cards for sports underserved in the hobby, the Sports Illustrated for Kids card series features Lewis Hamilton in the April 2009 issue. Hamilton officially made his F1 debut in 2007.
Hamilton is found as the bottom-right card in a nine-card perforated sheet that also includes Kevin Durant.
For a cheaper option, he also has a 2015 SI for Kids card.
2009 Top Trumps Tournament Sporting Heroes Lewis Hamilton
Even more oddball, the 2009 Top Trumps Tournament card game supplies another early Lewis Hamilton card. The rounded Sporting Heroes card showcases an image of Hamilton celebrating.
2020 Topps Chrome Formula 1 Lewis Hamilton #1
As far as his first mainstream rookie card, many turn to 2020 Topps Chrome F1, which was released in April 2021. Fans have no shortage of choices because Hamilton is on 17 different base cards in the 200-card set.
However, the clear favorite is the #1 card. In addition, the Refractor parallels provide a pricey chase.
2020 Topps Chrome Formula 1 Variation Lewis Hamilton #1
If you prefer something much more limited, the short-printed 2020 Topps Chrome F1 photo variation version is worth a look. It shows Hamilton sitting down. These are all issued as Refractors with no other parallels. To further help identify the SSP card, the CMP code on the back ends in #062.
2020 Topps Chrome Formula 1 Lewis Hamilton #F1A-LH Autograph #/58
With just 58 copies, the 2020 Topps Chrome F1 autograph for Hamilton is very tough to pull. He also has a few of the rare Refractor parallels to track down.
2020 Topps Chrome Sapphire Edition Formula 1 Lewis Hamilton #1
Offering a more premium edition of the base Topps Chrome F1 card, 2020 Topps Chrome Sapphire F1 takes the main design and image and adds the trademark cracked-blue style. Once again, there are several parallel tiers in play.
2020 Topps Chrome Sapphire Edition Formula 1 Variation Lewis Hamilton #1
Just like the main Chrome card, the photo variation shows Hamilton in a sitting pose with the added blue finish.
Unlike the primary Chrome set, the base cards and variations come in the same parallel rainbow, numbered to 99 or less.
In this case, the CMP code on the back ends in #035.
2020 Topps Dynasty Formula 1 Lewis Hamilton Autograph Patch
As the first pack-pulled Lewis Hamilton card from Topps, 2020 Topps Dynasty F1 skews even more high-end and rare. The set includes on-card autographs and various relic swatches.
Although there are multiple choices, including some dual-subject autographs, all the cards are numbered to 10 copies or less.
2020 Topps Now Formula 1 Lewis Hamilton #3 (PR=1,915)
Another notable card for collectors came in 2020 Topps Now F1. The print-to-order Lewis Hamilton card has under 2,000 copies in total and is his earliest Topps card. Even though the card covers his Tuscan Grand Prix win during his 14th Formula One season, it is viewed by some as his key rookie option and the prices generally reflect that.
Hamilton has many other Topps Now cards, as well.