Mogyorod: Six-time champion Lewis Hamilton is after legendary Michael Schumacher’s all-time report of seven F1 championships this season however on Sunday, he equalled the German’s report of most wins at a single circuit by successful the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton dominated the proceedings from the phrase go and claimed his eighth victory on the Hungaroring circuit. Schumacher had received eight titles at French GP.
A 90th pole place in F1 🙇♂️
A seventh pole place in Hungary 👏
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Total, this was Hamilton’s 86th GP victory and he’s now simply 5 wins behind Schumacher on the all-time listing. Such was Hamilton’s dominance that he modified his tyres within the final lap and recorded the quickest lap of the day.
“It was one of my favourite races. I was on my own but we had a great pace and perfect strategy. The last two races have been fantastic for me and we need to keep it up,” Hamilton stated after successful the race.
Purple Bull’s Max Verstappen (+8.702) completed second following an inauspicious starting that noticed him crash into the limitations through the formation lap. Hamilton’s Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas (+9.452) completed third.
Racing Level’s Lance Stroll (+57.579) completed fourth forward of Purple Bull’s Alex Albion (+1:18.316). Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel got here sixth whereas his teammate Charles Leclerc failed to attain some extent and ended at 11th spot.
Racing Level’s Sergio Perez, Renault’s Daniel Ricciardo, Haas’ Kevin Magnussen accomplished the highest ten.
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