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A win in style, Lewis Hamilton won Grand Prix Formula1 surpassing German legend, Michael Schumacher

Lewis Hamilton has won the Spanish Grand Prix in style to establish a record-breaking precedent in Formula 1 history. Hamilton is currently the best driver in the F1 history with the most platform wraps up. The British driver surpassed German legend Michael Schumacher in the rundown.

This is Hamilton’s 88th Race triumph in Formula 1. Lewis Hamilton completed a strong 24 seconds in front of Max Verstappen toward the end.

“Stunning, didn’t have any acquaintance with it was the last lap. I was in the zone,” says Hamilton. “Much obliged to you all.”

He sounds hot, or potentially exhausted. The success was that agreeable.

Max Verstappen who won the 70th Anniversary GP in Silverstone a week ago needed to remain happy with the subsequent spot. Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas completed third.

Top 10

1: Hamilton

2: Verstappen

3: Bottas

4: Perez

5: Stroll

6: Sainz

7: Vettel

8: Albon

9: Gasly

10: Norris

F1 Spanish GP Result : Hamilton makes record of most platform wraps up

The British pro, who is seemingly the best to ever drive in Formula One, presently has 156 platform completions to his name.

With his triumph in Spanish GP, Hamilton surpassed Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher who has 155 platform completions shockingly.

Most Podium Finishes ever in Formula 1 List

1) Lewis Hamilton – 256 Races – 156 Podium wraps up

2) Michael Schumacher – 308 Races – 155 Podium wraps up

3) Sebatian Vettel – 247 Races – 120 Podium wraps up

4) Alain Prost – 202 Races – 106 Podium wraps up

5) Kimi Raikkonen – 321 Races – 103 Podium wraps up

6) Fernando Alonso – 314 Races – 97 Podium wraps up

7) Ayrton Senna – 162 Races – 80 Podium wraps up

8) Rubens Barrichello – 326 Races – 68 Podium wraps up

9) David Coulthard – 247 Races – 62 Podium wraps up

10) Nelson Piquet – 2017 Races – 60 Podium wraps up

Not just Hamilton currently has the most platform completes record in F1 yet the record turns out to be more remarkable as has required only 256 races to accomplish 156 platform completes, though Schumacher required 308 passages.

That gives the Brit a level of 61.5%, with Schumacher having a level of 50.32%.

It’s yet more confirmation that possibly the time has come to consider Lewis Hamilton as the best Formula One driver ever.

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