Despite not winning the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix in England, the Mercedes driver achieved a new podium that leaves him at the top of Formula 1.
While the tires deprived Lewis Hamilton to stay with him 70th Anniversary Grand Prize of the Formula 1 in Silverstone, the pilot of Mercedes got on the podium and made history.
And it is that the English driver of the team of the Silver Arrows equaled Michael Schumacher as the person with the most podiums in the history of the competition, with 155 each, something he will surely surpass.
In third place, and far from a good present, with many of those podiums achieved in his four-time champion at Red Bull, is Sebastian Vettel with 120.
155 – Thanks to his second place in the #SilverstoneGP, #lewisham equaled Michael Schumacher as the rider with the most podium finishes in race history @ F1. Olympus#AnniversaryGP # F170 pic.twitter.com/5k39niBhnh
– OptaJuan (@OptaJuan) August 9, 2020
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