Samantha Lockhart Wiki, Age, Net worth, Siblings, Parents

Samantha Lockhart

Samantha Lockhart is best known as the half-sister of Lewis Hamilton, a British racing driver. He is a racing driver from the United Kingdom. He now drives for Mercedes in Formula One, having previously driven for McLaren from 2007 to 2012. Know all about Samantha Lockhart- Biography, Age, Net worth, Siblings, Parents

Quick Facts

Full Real NameSamantha Lockhart
Age 52 years
ProfessionCelebrity Sister,
Date of BirthN/A
Place of BirthStevenage, Hertfordshire
Alma materN/A
Net worth$285 million
Height (approx.)In Feet Inches: 5′ 5″.
Weight (approx.)In Kilograms: 52 kg.
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBlonde
Zodiac SignVirgo

Samantha Lockhart Age & Early Life

Samantha Lockhart’s exact birthdate is unknownShe looks like she is in her 50s.  Her zodiac sign is Virgo. Samantha Lockhart is his full name. Lewis Hamilton, her stepbrother, used to live with them. Her father’s name is Raymond Lockhart, and her mother’s name is Carmen B. Larbalestier.  Lewis Hamilton lived with his mother until the age of twelve, when he moved permanently to his father’s residence. Her stepfather also wedded a lady called Linda. This marriage produced one son (Nicholas Hamilton).

Samantha Lockhart Height & Weight

In terms of body measurements, she is a pretty girl with an amazing and cool personality. Samantha Lockhart is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs around 52 kilograms. She has a nice body figure and is in good health. Her hair is blonde, and she has brown eyes.

Samantha Lockhart
Samantha Lockhart (Source: Google)

Samantha Lockhart Net Worth in 2024

How much is Samantha Lockhart’s net worth?  Samantha Lockhart’s net worth has not been released, but his half-brother (Lewis Hamilton) is reported to be worth $285 million as of February 2024. His yearly salary is $54 million.

Lewis Hamilton Career

  • Hamilton started karting in 1993 and rapidly became a race winner and cadet class champion. At the age of 10, he became the youngest driver to win the British cadet karting championship two years later.
  • Following his second Super One series and British championship victory in 1998, Dennis approached Hamilton to offer him a position in the McLaren driver development program. The deal contained a future Formula One seat option, making Hamilton the youngest driver to sign a contract that culminated in a Formula One driving.
  • Changes to the rules in 2014, requiring the use of turbo-hybrid engines, marked the beginning of a hugely successful phase for Hamilton, during which he has won six more drivers’ championships. During a tight duel with teammate Nico Rosberg, he won two consecutive championships in 2014 and 2015.