British Racer Lewis Hamilton has won the Turkish Grand Prix and equaled Michael Schumacher’s record of seven Formula One championships.
With tears under the helmet, the excited voice of the Mercedes star could be heard over the radio moments after crossing the line at the Turkish Grand Prix. Moments after victory No. 94 and title No. 7, he sat in his car with his head in his hands.
“I am almost lost for words,” he said. “We dreamed of this when I was young. It is so important for kids to see this, and don’t listen to anyone who says you can’t achieve something. Dream the impossible. You have got to chase it and never give up.”
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Hamilton came home over half a minute clear of Racing Point’s Sergio Perez.
Hamilton’s old rival, four-time former champion Sebastian Vettel, finished third ahead of his Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc.
British Formula One Racer Lewis Hamilton bagged a record this year in July after he became the first driver ever to win Hungarian Grand Prix thrice in a row.
The defending champion Lewis Hamilton controlled a tactical race from lights to flag, making light of changing conditions to deliver his 86th win.
Max Verstappen was a remarkable second, While Bottas came at third. Talking to media, Hamilton said “Round One was multiple different punches that I wasn’t ready for,” He said “But I have refocused and we’ve just been on point here right through the weekend.”