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Lewis Hamilton is ready to receive the title of Knight if he is nominated

Lewis Hamilton has just successfully caught up with the record 7 times F1 defending by legendary Michael Schumacher.

Lewis Hamilton has just announced that he is ready to receive the title of Knight if he is nominated, after catching up with the record 7 times F1 World Championship of legendary Michael Schumacher.

Mercedes star is currently the most successful racer in F1 history, so it is predicted that the media will be named “Sir” on New Year’s Day 2021. Up to now, the three-time champion Jackie Stewart (81 years old) is the only representative of 10 British F1 players to be knighted.

Sir Jackie Stewart is the only British F1 driver to be knighted

Hamilton is not only catching up with the record 7 times F1 championship of the legendary Michael Schumacher but also holds the record 94 times of winning the Grand Prix. The official Royal UK Twitter account @RoyalFamily has 4.2 million followers, while Hamilton’s account attracts 6 million people!

Bahrain Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton set a record again for pole

Early completion of the 7-time goal does not seem to satisfy Lewis Hamilton, when the F1 driver continues to win the Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying round, as a habit!

Lewis Hamilton set a record again for pole

Just catching up with Schumacher’s legendary seven-time F1 championship record, Lewis Hamilton continued to dig deep for the 98th pole record in Bahrain Grand Prix 2020. Now his next goal is to expand the Grand Championship records in Grand Prix ​​up to 95 times.

British racer Valtteri Bottas 0.3 seconds more than 0.3 seconds, 0.4 seconds more than Red Bull’s Max Verstappen. He also set the fastest lap record with 1 minute 27,264 seconds. This is the 10th time that Hamilton has won the pole in 2020, a respectable achievement if the new season has undergone 15 Grand Prix.

If he maintains this form, at the end of this year’s season, Hamilton can set a record of 100 times capturing the pole, a feat that is almost impossible to break. Compared with the soaring Mercedes and Hamilton, Ferraris continued to falter when Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc ranked 11th and 12th respectively.

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Lewis Hamilton leveled Michael Schumacher’s record

A historic Sunday at the Nurburgring. After 7 years F1 returned to the German racetrack, F1 racing village has witnessed the great record of 91 winning races leveled by champion Lewis Hamilton. From here he has come a long way to winning the 7th world championship in 2020.

Valtteri Bottas is the winner of the pole position with a new track record – 1 minute 25,269 seconds, his third starting start this season. He has improved 16 places from the only time he went to the racetrack in the past, in 2013 for the Williams racing team, his first F1 season.

Lewis Hamilton ranked No. 2 and brought in the 72nd time Mercedes took the first line

Lewis Hamilton ranked No. 2 and brought in the 72nd time Mercedes took the first line, also the 400th stage in the history of a Mercedes motor vehicle to start in the top 2.

Hamilton and Schumacher both had 91 F1 wins

In 4 of the last 5 F1 races taking place at the Nurburgring, the winners all started 2nd place – including Hamilton himself in 2011. Max Verstappen ranked 3rd in the 5th leg of the last 8 races. when Charles Leclerc and Ferrari got their best Saturday results since the British GP – seven races ago. Alex Albon is only the fourth time this season is in the top 5 in the ranking run

Daniel Ricciardo won sixth for Renault, in the same position he did for Toro Rosso during his previous Nurburgring visit in 2013. Lando Norris beat teammate Carlos Sainz for the first time in six races when both ranked 8 and 10.

Hamilton and Schumacher both had 91 F1 wins

Alternating between them was Sergio Perez, the Racing Point driver whose worst Saturday (dry) performance this year. Sebastian Vettel – the most recent winner here – was eliminated in Q2 and ranked 11th only.

Verstappen targets the final top 2 in 2020

Pierre Gasly (12th) ranked above teammate Daniil Kvyat for the 9th time in 11 races. The Russian driver started 11th or 12th in the last 5 races, but at the Eifel GP, he only got 13th. Antonio Giovinazzi has the best ranking of the year with 14th place, also the first time he passed.

In contrast, the remaining driver of Alfa Romeo, who will become F1’s most experienced driver with the 323 starting stage, begins the race in the last row.