Lewis Hamilton is slowly putting his hat into the mix to claim himself as the greatest of all time in a Formula One with him now being a six-time world champion and on for his record-tying 7th title.
— Motorsport.com (@Motorsport) August 5, 2020
When F1 was first raced back in the 1950’s, it’s always been a sport of small margins in which teams pit to beat their opponents by tenths of seconds. This is quite similar to the likes of online casinos at sites such as here who are offering punters the best margins on the market there are unbeaten.
The main reason as to why Lewis will starting believing that he is one of the best drivers in the history of the sport is just to his racing record where he has won 90 out of his 260 races; that’s a win every 3rd race; something that other legends can’t compete with. A conversation rate that cannot be argued with especially with the amount of doubters Lewis has had over the years, it’s good to see him proving them wrong. Another stat that he’ll personally feel proud of is he has the most home Grand Prix wins in history after his win at Silverstone at the weekend.
The most home Grand Prix victories in history. 🤯👏🇬🇧
— Sky Sports F1 (@SkySportsF1) August 3, 2020
The next impressive personality trait that Hamilton has compared to his rivals is that of his risk-taking ability. When he joined AMG Mercedes Petronas F1 team back in 2013, they were an unknown and inexperienced team and Hamilton took the risk to join them and what a risk it was with him winning 4 out of his 6 titles with them – a partnership that certainly has been formidable.
Although Hamilton is now 35 years old, we do believe that he still has a couple season left in him and that he will want to solidify himself as the greatest racing driver of all time, and what a platform he has to do that at Mercedes.