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Lewis Hamilton on The Verge of Breaking His Own Record With Just Two Races to go.

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Lewis Hamilton is on his way to becoming the first driver to win eight world championships in Formula One. Although he is eight points behind Max Verstappen with two races to go, he has won the last two races in dominant style. By winning the inaugural Qatar GP, the Brit has secured another record to his name in F1.

 

 

 

 

After winning his 102nd race in the sport, Hamilton has now won at 30 different tracks out of the 35 that he has raced on. The only tracks the Mercedes driver has not won on are Magny-Cours, Buddh International Circuit, Zandvoort, Valencia, and Korea.

 

 

 

 

 

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With F1 going to a new circuit in Jeddah, Hamilton has a chance to extend this record. It is likely he will finish his career by not winning at every circuit he has raced on, as it is highly unlikely that F1 will return to Valencia, India, Magny-Cours, or Korea in the near future.







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