At the Portuguese Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton just broke another record of the legendary Schumacher in the F1 racing.
The number 7 seems to have a very special significance for the career of British F1 driver Lewis Hamilton. Because until now, he has just set up 7 wonders or 7 records of Formula 1 racing village. And another goal also carries number 7 within the reach of the Mercedes star: Becoming the first F1 driver 7 times VĐTG.
413 points in one season
This is the record that Hamilton set in 2019, breaking his old record in 2018.
225 points at the end of the race
Hamilton is four ahead of runner-up Schumacher. Calculated, Hamilton scored in 86% of the races he participated, the highest performance in history, more than Juan Manuel Fangio with 81% (43 wins in 53 races).
161 podium wins
Hamilton just beat a record 155 times by Schumacher earlier this season.
45 consecutive points with points
This record was created by Hamilton at the British Grand Prix and also raised by him. Hamilton is also ranked second in the list of riders with the longest streak with 33 points from 2016-2018.
92 Grand Prix champions
Hamilton just set a bouncing record in Portugal over the weekend. The old record 91 times created by the legend of Schumacher 14 years ago was finally deleted.
97 times to take the pole
24 is the number of countries and territories that each host the Grand Prix that the victory belongs to Hamilton. Only two places that Hamilton has ever held the Grand Prix F1 that Hamilton has not conquered are India in the period 2011-2013 and Korea from 2010-2013.
The 24 countries that saw Hamilton crowned Hamilton are the UAE with Abu Dhabi, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, UK, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, and Portugal. Portugal, TNK, Singapore, Spain, Russia and the US. Schumacher holds a record 6 times in the F1 World Championship.
7 times F1 world champion
Hamilton is aiming to hit the record 6 times that the World Championship is held by Schumacher. With 8 Grand Prix victories and only 5 races in the 2020 season, he is 77 points higher than his teammates and also the biggest rival – Valtteri Bottas.
If all wins at the end of this season, Hamilton will meet the record of winning 13 Grand Prix in one season by … Schumacher in 2004 and Sebastian Vettel in 2013.