Hamilton wins 7th Formula 1 title equalling Michael Schumacher’s record

Britain’s Lewis Hamilton has emerged as the most successful driver in the world’s motor sport’s history after winning the 7th Formula One World Championship held in Turkey. The Mercedes ace performed with aplomb in wet and slippery conditions to lift his 94th title with three races still on the cards. BBC reports the 35-year-old Briton was almost overcome with emotion in the car after the race, saying: “To all the kids out there, dream the impossible. “Once out of the car, he added: “Seven is just unimaginable but when you work with such a great group of people and you really trust each other, there is just no end to what you can do together. “I feel like I’m only just getting started, it’s really weird. “Hamilton does not yet have a contract for next year. “I would love to stay in F1 and wanted to continue to campaign for change when it comes to human rights, diversity and environmentalism”, he said. Hamilton won the first world title with McLaren in 2008 with further successes in 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019.  Ferrari great Michael Schumacher, a German, has won seven titles. Most of his records have passed to Hamilton. Now he is a 60 years old retired racing driver as Hamilton readying to race in the remaining three motor races this year to be held at Bahrain on 29 November, Sakhir in Bahrain on   6 December and Abu Dhabi on December 13.

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