'GOOD TIMES': F1 driver Lewis Hamilton and singer Nicole Scherzinger made oulike pair
Lewis Hamilton seems to have a lot for which to be sorry. His pit-lane balls-up cost him first place at the Bahrain F1 Grand Prix on Sunday.

But his mind could’ve been elsewhere when the Brit pretty boy seemed sorry for the break-up with long-time girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger.

He has apologised for the blunder that saw archrival Sebastian Vettel take the top podium finish.

Taking to Instagram, arme Lewis filmed himself listening ingedagte to his ex’s Pussycat Dolls hit, StickWitU.

He stared down the lens as the now defunct girl band’s Number 1 hit played in the background.

Clad in a white shirt and hat, Lewis bopped his head to the music as he panned the camera around the room.

He captioned the snap: "Nicole used to sing this to me, such a beautiful song. Good times."

But Nicole is min gepla of Lewis mentioning her on social media as she partied up a storm with a pal at Coachella on Saturday night.

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The Poison hitmaker rocked it in a pair of thigh-skimming denim hot pants and a baggy camouflage jacket, topping it off with a light brown fedora, at the annual music festival featuring Lady Gaga on stage.

The former couple called time on their on and off eight-year relationship in 2015.

Speaking about their split on The Jonathan Ross Show in October, Nicole revealed: "I don’t see anything negative, I think it’s quite natural when people separate and go their own ways and you just have to be adult about it and just always wish the other person happiness, success and love like sincerely and I do."

The Hawaiian hottie, 38, has been dating tennis player Grigor Dimitrov, 25, since July, while Lewis has been linked to models Barbara Palvin and Winnie Harlow, as well as Rita Ora.

But in a previous interview Lewis said: "I was in a long-term eight-year relationship, so I’m focused on my racing and trying to win the championship this year."