British GP 2020: The 7th Heaven of Hamilton

The British GP 2020 has a ‘heartbreaking’ ending with many people, especially with Mercedes and the fans. However, this team still has joy when their champion continues to get a deserved victory and set more impressive new records at British GP 2020.

British GP 2020
British GP 2020

CLASSFICATION DATE

The third pole in 2020 is also the 91st pole of Lewis Hamilton’s career, but more importantly, this achievement helps him to hold a new record: the first driver to get 7 poles in his home race. at the British GP 2020. Meanwhile, Mercedes is also the first team to get 8 poles in a row in history, lasting from the 2013 season. Most likely that number will increase to 9 in the next leg next weekend.

Hamilton has had 20 stages leading all the races in his career
Hamilton has had 20 stages leading all the races in his career

This is also the 65th time that the “black pearl” of England has the fastest performance on Saturday for the team nicknamed the “silver arrow”, the number equal to the pole achievement in the career of the legendary Ayrton Senna, whom Hamilton always revered and idolized. In addition, this race is also the 25th time a British driver won first place in the British GP. Hamilton has started for Mercedes a total of 144 races to date, and he also reached the first 100 start times for the German racing team. Mercedes also took the lead again with the record of occupying the first starting row with the 66th time in history.

THE MAIN RACE OF BRITISH GP 2020

A race that brings deep sadness to many riders, especially those who have encountered unfortunate tire incidents in the final rounds at British GP 2020. However, with his excellent skills, Lewis Hamilton took his 1-wheeled “handicapped” Mercedes W11 to the finish line first and won 7th at Silverstone, setting a record as the racer with many winning stages. the home court in history, surpassing Alain Prost with 6 times crowned French GP.

The Mercedes star also set a new record for the number of stages in the lead from start to finish, surpassing Senna’s 19-legged performance. The British driver’s victory was the 87th time he won an F1 race and was only four times worse than Michael Schumacher’s record. In addition, the steering wheel number 44 also needs only one more time to reach the top 3 goals, which will balance 155 achievements to the podium of the legendary German.

Leclerc was lucky to win the second podium in 2020
Leclerc was lucky to win the second podium in 2020

Hamilton had a hat-trick winning after 4 stages completed from the beginning of the British GP 2020 season. In the past, he had done the same 2014 and 2015 seasons, and he also won the championship in those seasons. The short-lived Verstappen won unexpectedly, but the second place also helped him and Red Bull have the first podium at Silverstone since 2016. This is the second consecutive stage Hamilton and Verstappen finished in two leadership positions. head. Leclerc after 2 consecutive races, Ferrari’s steering wheel had the second podium of the year with the 3rd position in this race.