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US Grand Prix: Hamilton on the pedestal of Formula 1 World Championship

4 November 2019, 12:16
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Lewis Hamilton, a British racing driver, secured his 6th world racers’ title by having come second in the US Grand Prix, which took place last weekend.

US Grand Prix: Hamilton on the pedestal of Formula 1 World Championship

As a result, Hamilton is currently number 2 in the history of F1. The first place of all times still belongs to Schumacher with 7 world championship titles.

The lucky winner of the US Grand Prix is Valtteri Bottas, Hamilton’s teammate. Lewis tried to win the race with the help of a different strategy but failed to succeed.

The Englishman’s best year in Formula 1 was 2018 when his number of points reached 408 (with eleven victories, seventeen podium finishes and eleven pole positions).

However, after Charles Leclerc had come up this season, Lewis was left with only 4 pole positions.

It is noteworthy that in less than 2 weeks Hamilton will be participating in the race in Brazil.

As mentioned earlier, Sebastian Vettel shared his opinion that it would be better for F1 to pay more attention to the issue of safety.

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