All of Hamilton’s records in Formula 1

Lewis Hamilton this Sunday equaled the 7 titles of Michael Schumacher. In this way, the Englishman joined the German at the top of the list of drivers with the most crowns in F1 history, a ranking that he can lead alone at the end of next season, since in 2021 the British will return to be the great favorite to win the scepter.

After surpassing a few weeks ago Michael Schumacher In number of victories, and having been the holder of the pole record two seasons ago, the Englishman managed to match the record most desired by any driver, a record that Michael reached in 2004 with Ferrari after winning his fifth consecutive title with the Italian firm.

Hamilton, at 35, already has some of the most important historical records, such as those mentioned above. But his record list is much broader. In this article we review the main brands established by the pilot of Stevenage and other less important records.

MAIN RECORDS ACHIEVED:

F1 titles:

1. Lewis Hamilton 7

2. Michael Schumacher 7

3. Juan Manuel Fangio 5

Number of wins:

1. HAMILTON 94

2. SCHUMACHER 91

3. VETTEL 53

4. PROST 51

5. SENNA 41

6. ALONSO 32

Number of Poles:

1. HAMILTON 97

2. SCHUMACHER Michael 68

3. SENNA Ayrton 65

4. VETTEL Sebastian 57

5. CLARK Jim 33

Number of points:

1. HAMILTON 3,738

2. VETTEL 3.003

3. ALONSO 1,899

4. RAIKKONEN 1,863

5. Nico ROSBERG 1.594.50

6. SCHUMACHER 1,566

Number of podiums:

1. HAMILTON 163

2. SCHUMACHER 155

3. VETTEL 120

4. PROST 106

5. RAIKKONEN 103

6. ALONSO 97

Number of km leading races (before the Turkish GP):

1. HAMILTON 25,480

2. SCHUMACHER 24.148

3. VETTEL 18.129

4. SENNA 13,430

5. PROST 12.477

GP in the lead from start to finish:

1. HAMILTON 22

2. SENNA 19

3. VETTEL 15

4. CLARK13

5. STEWART 11

6. SCHUMACHER 11

Rider with the most front lines of the grid:

1. HAMILTON 157

2. SCHUMACHER 116

3. VETTEL 101

4. SENNA 87

5. PROST 86

Successively completed Grand Prix:

1. HAMILTON – GBR 2018-Turkey 2020 (currently) 47 GP

2. HEIDFELD – China 2007-Italy 2009 – 33

3. HAMILTON – Japan 2016-France 2018 – 33

4. RAIKKONEN – Australia 2012-Hungary 2013 – 30

5. ALONSO – China 2013-Belgium 2014 – 29

OTHER RECORDS ALREADY COMPLETED

Different Grand Prix Wins (before the Turkish GP):

1. HAMILTON 28

2. SCHUMACHER 22

3. VETTEL 21

4. PROST 18

5. ALONSO 17

Wins by different circuit:

1. HAMILTON 29

2. SCHUMACHER 23

3. PROST 22

4. VETTEL 1

5. MANSELL 19

6. ALONSO 19

Driver with the most victories in his country:

1. HAMILTON, Great Britain – 7

2. PROST, France – 6

3. CLARK, Great Britain – 5

4. FANGIO, Argentine GP – 4

5. MANSELL, Great Britain GP – 4

6. SCHUMACHER, German GP – 4

Different circuits in which he has made poles:

1. HAMILTON 29

2. VETTEL 23

3. PROST 22

4. SENNA 20

5. MANSELL 20

Poles by number of years:

1. HAMILTON 14

2. SCHUMACHER 13

3. SENNA 10

4. VETTEL 10

5. PROST 9

Consecutive years doing poles:

1. Lewis HAMILTON 2007-2020 – 14

2. Michael SCHUMACHER 1994-2006 – 13

3. Ayrton SENNA 1985-1994 – 10

4. Nelson PIQUET 1980-1987 – 8

5. Stirling MOSS 1955-1961 – 7

Poles with the same constructor:

1. HAMILTON 71 (Mercedes)

2. SCHUMACHER 58 (Ferrari)

3. SENNA 46 (McLaren)

4. VETTEL 44 (Red Bull)

5. CLARK 33 (Lotus)

Poles with the same motor:

1. HAMILTON 97 (Mercedes)

2. SCHUMACHER 58 (Ferrar) i

3. SENNA 46 (Honda)

4. VETTEL 44 (Renault)

5. ROSBERG 30 (Mercedes)

Poles for different Grand Prix:

1. HAMILTON 27

2. VETTEL 23

3. PROST 20

4. SCHUMACHER 19

5. SENNA 18

Poles by national GP:

1. HAMILTON, Great Britain GP – 7

2. SENNA, Brazilian GP – 6

3. CLARK, Great Britain GP – 5

4. MOSS, Great Britain GP – 4

5. LAUDA GP Austria – 3

Fast laps by different GP:

1. HAMILTON 23

2. SCHUMACHER 22

3. RAIKKONEN 22

4. VETTEL 21

5. PROST 19

Podiums with the same engine:

1. HAMILTON 163 (Mercedes)

2. SCHUMACHER 116 (Ferrari)

3. VETTEL 65 (Renault)

4. SENNA 56 (Honda)

5. BARRICHELLO 55 (Ferrari)

6. ROSBERG 55 (Mercedes)

Podiums for different GP:

1. HAMILTON (31)

2. RAIKKONEN (26)

3. BOTTAS (26)

4. SCHUMACHER (25)

5. VETTEL (25)

Podiums by different circuit:

1. HAMILTON 32

2. RAIKKONEN 30

3. PROST 29

4. SCHUMACHER 27

5. ALONSO 26

Head GP number:

1. HAMILTON 161

2. SCHUMACHER 142

3. VETTEL 105

4. SENNA 86

5. PROST 84

6. ALONSO 84

GP led in one year:

1. HAMILTON Lewis – year 2019 – 19 of 21

2. VETTEL Sebastian – year 2013 – 18 of 19

GP contested with the same engine:

1. HAMILTON 265 (Mercedes)

2. RAIKKONEN 185 (Ferrari)

3. SCHUMACHER 180 (Ferrari)

Fastest qualification:

1. 2020, Italian GP: HAMILTON 264.363 km / h

2. 2020, Italian GP BOTTAS 264.132 km / h

* Data: F1 Stats