Lewis Hamilton is on a winning streak and it seems there is no stopping it till the Mercedes driver breaks the all-time record of Michael Schumacher’s 91 Grand Prix victories.
Last week, the British racer in the Styrian Grand Prix beat his Redbull and Mercedes counterparts Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas and now again his face popped up on the top of the racing chart at Hungarian Grand Prix 2020.
The top three contenders remained the same as Styrian Grand Prix with small shuffling but Lewis stringently held his number one position, becoming the sixth consecutive race winner to start from pole position.
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With his new victory, the British racer also broke several records.
Hamilton equaled Michael Schumacher’s F1 record of eight wins at a single venue. He also finished in the points for a 36 consecutive race, leading the 150 race of his career, becoming the first driver ever to reach this total.