Lewis Hamilton makes history in Formula 1 by winning the Portuguese Grand Prix, which has not been run for twenty years, becoming the driver with the most wins in the history of superior motor racing.
Since his first season in the formula 1 Hamilton surprised everyone with his driving skills in the year of learning was a partner in Mclaren of the 2 times world champion Fernando Alonso, in his first race Lewis finished on the podium, but it was not until his second season that he began his powerful Hammertime that has already been 13 years standing out on the track.
Canada granted the first victory in his debut season, 2007, at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit, from his first pole position the British driver climbed to the podium in first place, who would say that 13 years later on a Sunday in October would reach his 92nd victory beating the legendary record of 91 set by Michael Schumacher in his scarlet Ferrari in the grand prix of China 2006.
I want to thank everyone at Mercedez, it is a privilege to work with this team that keeps pushing for improvement, no one sits still despite the success, being surrounded by this is the most incredible thing, they always give me the best opportunities to win. Only in a dream I could think to where I am today, day by day I work to be in this situation, I do not stop working to make things better, I am blessed.Lewis Hamilton’s words after winning his 92nd Grand Prix
In his remaining seasons with McLaren, Hamilton recorded 12 more wins, achieving 2 in 2009, 3 in 2010 and 2011, and 4 in 2012. Everything changed with his Mercedes, the first win with the German team he currently dominates was in 2013 at the Hungarian Grand Prix. He won his second world title in 2014 with 11 victories, won 10 races in 2015, including victory in the U.S. Grand Prix, where he won his third world title with three races remaining. He won 10 races as Nico Rosberg’s runner-up in the 2016 championship, setting a new record for most wins in a season without winning the World Championship. Hamilton had 9 wins in 2017 and 11 wins in both 2018 and 2019, as he won his fourth, fifth and sixth consecutive world championship.
Lewis closes Michael’s cycle, from now on every kilometer he drives will position him as the number one of all times in wins and will bring him closer to his seventh world championship to reach the mythical German as the two drivers with more F1 titles because in talent and driving ability he sits at the table of the best drivers who drove a Formula 1 car.