British world champion, Lewis Hamilton, the driver of the “Mercedes” team, achieved the first pole position for the 100th time in his career in the “Formula 1” world championship after finishing first in the qualifying trials for the Spain Grand Prix, the fourth round of the world championship for the 2021 season, which was held yesterday, Saturday. On the Circuit of Catalonia.
Hamilton became the first to reach this milestone in the history of the championship, while Dutchman Max Verstappen, a Red Bull driver, qualified in second place, and was followed by Hamilton’s colleague in Finnish Mercedes, Valtteri Bottas.
Simply superb 💪
Watch @LewisHamilton‘s 100th pole lap in full 🍿 @pirellisport SpanishGP 🇪🇸 pic.twitter.com/PD73tNJKKE
5,082 days apart… Lewis’ 1st and 100th poles 🙌# F1 pic.twitter.com/9jJzAzeHcZ
A @pirellisport Pole Position Award like no other 🙌@LewisHamilton SpanishGP 🇪🇸 pic.twitter.com/oeJKvQxz4O