England and Chelsea star Frank Lampard proves he’s a True Blue by showing off his new £170,000 Ferrari 458 Italia in his club’s colours.
Lamps parked the flash Ferrari just minutes from Stamford Bridge on Old Brompton Road, west London.
But the 32-year-old midfielder appeared to have committed TWO motoring offences as he was parked on a single yellow line in a car WITHOUT a front registration plate.
All new cars must display a valid front and rear registration plate and Lamps could be fined £1,000.
Motorists in the London borough of Kensington and Chelsea are banned from parking on single lines between 8am and 6pm.
A council spokesman revealed Lampard risked a fine of up to £120 – which would have taken the £130,000-a-week star less than ten minutes of work to pay for.
One onlooker said: ”The Ferrari looked awesome in that colour – although I’m not too sure he should have been parking there.
”But if he was handed a ticket he wouldn’t have any problem paying the fine – he’s a multi-millionaire superstar.”
The Chelsea vice-captain, who has been out injured for two-months, would have had a sizeable stay on the waiting list to get his hands on the sought-after £170,000 Ferrari 458.
With a 4.5-litre V8 engine, the Italian supercar can accelerate from 0-62mph in just 3.4 seconds and is capable of a top speed of 202mph.
Lamps joins a growing list of celebrity 458 owners which includes chef Gordon Ramsay, DJ Chris Evans and irritating pop duo Jedward – who recently ordered two despite not having driving licences.
Fast car-loving Frank has previously owned a Ferrari 612 Scaglietti and Aston Martin DB9.
Pictures: Alex Penfold