Schumacher’s Son Surprises Hamilton With Precious Gift After Brit Equals Michael’s 91 Wins [Watch]


  • Mick Schumacher gifted Lewis Hamilton one of his father’s helmets
  • Hamilton equaled Schumacher’s record of 91 Grand Prix wins Sunday
  • He achieved the record by winning the Eifel Grand Prix

Michael Schumacher’s son, Mick, surprised Lewis Hamilton with a special gift after the Brit equaled the legendary F1 racer’s record of 91 Grand Prix victories Sunday.

Mercedes’ Hamilton went on par with Schumacher by winning the Eifel Grand Prix, which was also the reigning champion’s seventh win of the F1 2020 season.

At the post-race ceremony, in what turned out to be an emotional moment for Hamilton, the Brit driver was presented with one of Schumacher’s helmets by the German legend’s son Mick, who was a part of the Eifel race weekend because he was set to make his F1 debut before the Friday practice session was called off due to fog.

“Thank you so much,” Hamilton told 

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Your Dog Can Now Have Its Own Precious 20% Off Bed Bath & Beyond Coupon Toy

From Cosmopolitan

It’s no secret that the famous 20% off Bed Bath & Beyond coupon is one of the best deals you can get. I mean, Kristen Bell even brought it up on Conan as one of the best coupons ever. Twenty percent off any item in this economy? What’s not to love?

So, makes sense that cutie dog company BARK teamed up with Bed Bath & Beyond to create a dog toy version of the famous 20% coupon so your pupper can go as wild for the famous mailer as you do.

The squeaky toy is cheekily named “Bark Bath & Beyond Chewpon” and while you can’t actually cash it in for 20% off, your dog can now be as much of a savings hound as you are. The family that saves together, stays together etc etc…

It’s just $6.99, but no one’s stopping you from using an actual

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Meet The Canadian Jeweler Making Luxury Cannabis Accessories Out Of Gold, Silver And Precious Stones

What do electronic music, precious metals and cannabis have in common? All three are passions of Toronto-based goldsmith Alex Dordevic, the CEO of Tribe and a man who wants to change the meaning of the word ‘luxury’ in the cannabis accessories space. 

Established in 1993, Tribe began as a magazine documenting Toronto’s budding underground electronic music scene. It was the first in Canada to possess an online parallel, with a community now “four and a half million pages deep” according to Dordevic. Though the magazine halted publication in 2005, its forum is still active and has become a place where the multitalented publisher-turned-goldsmith can spread the seed, so to speak, among readers and cannabis consumers interested in customized high-end cannabis accessories.

While the

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