Hamilton breaks Schumacher’s legend and enters Formula 1 history


British crowned Louis Hamilton (Mercedes) driver Sunday at the Portuguese Grand Prix, the twelfth stage of the championship the world For the first category cars (Formula 1), thus breaking the number of German legend Michael Schumacher in the number of wins and entering the history of the competition from its widest doors.

Hamilton broke the record for the number of victories in Formula 1 races, which he shared with legend Michael Schumacher, seven-time world champion, achieving his ninety-second victory in his career by occupying first place in the Portuguese Prix, the twelfth stage of the World Championship on Sunday at Portimao.

Hamilton, who claimed his 92nd Formula 1 victory, outperformed team-mate Valtteri Bottas, who came second, 25 seconds behind.

It is Hamilton’s eighth victory this season, after Styria in Austria, Hungary, Britain, Spain, Belgium, Tuscany, Italy and Eiffel, Germany, strengthening his lead in the general standings after raising his score to 256 points, while Bottas ranks second with 179 and Verstappen third with 162.

Hamilton, the six-time world champion, took another step towards the fourth straight title and seventh in his professional career, thus tying another Schumacher record for the number of world titles.


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