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#2020Highlights Lewis Hamilton Wins 7th Formula One Drivers World Championship, Equalling Michael Schumacher
By SENATUS Editor | 14 December 2020

British race car driver Lewis Hamilton has equaled Michael Schumacher's record of seven world titles, as well as besting the German legend's previous record of 91 Grand Prix wins. The 35-year-old from Stevenage also has more wins (95) pole positions (98) and podiums (164) than any other driver in the sport’s history. He has also won his home race on seven occasions.

Silverstone, the venue of the British Grand Prix which Hamilton has won 7 times, has announced that the International Pits Straight will now become the Hamilton Straight in tribute to the seven-time Formula One world champion.

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