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The Meteoric Rise of Lewis Hamilton Just After Pixar’s “Cars”

Daniel Suarez wins NASCAR race at Atlanta in 3-way photo finish

This is my third of four posts on this race:

Another major riddle of the film Cars is the forthcoming rise of Lewis Hamilton.

Lewis Hamilton made his F1 debut 282 days after Cars came out:

Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton = 282, Lewis Hamilton = 1282

In the movie’s opening scene, Lightning McQueen loses the Piston Cup in the season’s final race due to a car problem. In Lewis Hamilton’s debut F1 campaign, he lost the World Driver’s Championship in the season’s final race due to a car problem.

Towards the end of the movie, Ferrari legend Michael Schumacher makes a cameo appearance. Schumacher has won a record seven Formula One championships. This has since been tied by Lewis Hamilton, who announced a move to Ferrari on the first day of February.

In Cars, is a rookie who is looking to succeed “The King” Strip Weathers as the face of the sport. Strip Weathers won seven Piston Cups, and Lightning McQueen later tied him with seven of his own. Intriguingly, McQueen does so while dreaming of making a team switch to Dinoco, much like Hamilton made the team change to Ferrari.

Pluto = 21 and 24

On 2/1/24, Lewis Hamilton announced his move to Ferrari for next season. On that exact same date, actor Carl Weathers, who shares a name with Strip Weathers, passed away.

Lewis Hamilton and Carl Weathers both = 191, 74, and 61

Hamilton is moving to Ferrari in 2025. The Ambetter Health 400 was held on 2/25.

"Discovery of Pluto" = 225 (Ordinal)

Forty-four (44)

Lewis Hamilton drives the # 44 car in F1

There are websites with differing years of birth for Lightning McQueen. However, both show the same date – April 4th, or 4/4. This is the number Hamilton has been using since his young karting career.

"Lightning" = 44 (Reverse Reduction)

Clyde Tombaugh died on a date with a Life Lesson number of 44:(1) + (17) + 1+9+9+7 = 44

Later this year, America celebrates its first Plutonian birthday on a date with Standard numerology of 44:(6) + (14) + (24) = 44

The 1983 birthday makes a lot more sense, given that Lightning made his debut in the Piston Cup in 2005, meaning he would have been 22, not 28, which is too old for a rookie in racing. Of course, Lightning is an anthropomorphized car and not a human, but you get my point.

The 44th Prime number is 193

McQueen’s 1983 birthday falls 1 year, 9 months, 3 days before Hamilton’s:

The voice of Lightning McQueen is played by Owen Wilson.

Owen Wilson is 193 months older than Lewis Hamilton:

"Wilson" = 92 (Ordinal)

"Hamilton" = 92 (Ordinal)

Hamilton was born exactly 92 weeks after Lightning McQueen:

The 44th day of the year is 2/13:

Hamilton, one of the world’s premiere black athletes, announced his move to Ferrari on the first day of Black History Month.

"Black History Month" = 213 (Ordinal)

Hamilton was born 201 months, 3 days after MLK was assassinated:

Lightning McQueen is from Los Angeles, and a good chunk of Cars takes place at the Los Angeles International Speedway. The main dialing code in L.A. is 213.

During the opening scene of Cars, we arrive at a montage to skip through the long middle part of the race. The first lap number that takes over the screen is 213:

Pluto was reclassified 213 months before America’s Pluto return:

Dale Earnhardt died 2013 days before Pluto’s demotion:

Earnhardt would have been 20130 days old when Cars premiered:

Lightning’s birthday is 21 months, 3 days before Lewis’s:

Cars came out 213 days before Lewis’s birthday:

Dale Earnhardt and Clyde Tombaugh were separated in Death by 213 weeks:

"Death" = 213 (Satanic)

"The Intimidator" = 213 (Reverse)

Lewis Hamilton was born 404 months, 9 days after Earnhardt:

"Earnhardt" = 449 (Standard)

Their names also share 111 gematria.

Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton and Dale Earnhardt both = 111


Pluto was found 20048 days before Hamilton was born:

It takes Pluto approximately 248 years to orbit the Sun. Pluto was downgraded to a dwarf planet on the 24th of August, or 24/8.

Pluto’s demotion on 24/8 fell 248 days before Earnhardt’s birthday:

Atlanta Motor Speedway is 2.48 km:

“Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton” = 2284 (Latin), which contains the same digits.

"Racing" = 160 (Standard)

Cars, a movie about Racing, was released on the 160th day of the year:

"Lewis Hamilton" = 160 (Ordinal)

America’s Pluto return falls a span of 160 days after Hamilton’s birthday:

USA’s Pluto return falls on the 166th day of a leap year:

Lewis Hamilton was exactly 16 year, 6 weeks old when Ralph Dale Earnhardt died:

"Ralph Dale Earnhardt" = 166 (Ordinal)

Hamilton was born a span of 254 days after Dale’s birthday:

"Lightning McQueen" = 254 (Reverse)

Minor planet designation = 254 Ordinal and 790 Latin

Lewis Hamilton was a span of 7900 days old when Pluto received its Minor planet designation:

"Planet" = 226 (Latin)

Pluto lost its status as a Planet 20206 days (or a span of 20207) days after Earnhardt was born:

227 is the 49th Prime number

Dale was born on a date with a Life Lesson number of 49:(4) + (29) + 1+9+5+1 = 49

Pluto’s discovery and Earnhardt’s death fell on the 49th day of the year:

Dale Earnhardt died at age 49

Cars hit theaters exactly 490 weeks after Clyde Tombaugh died:

That measurement is is also 490 weeks, 1 day with the end date. 491 is the 94th Prime number.

"Car" = 94 (Standard)

Cars came out exactly 940 weeks before America’s Pluto return:

NASCAR’s “Pluto” riddling began in Week 1 at the Daytona 500.

NASCAR turned 1016 Sidereal months old (or exactly 940 Lunar phases) old two days after the race:

"The Discovery of Pluto" = 1940 (Latin)

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