In the history of F1 (Formula 1), Lewis Hamilton became the only sixth driver. He has participated in 300 or more races. He will follow a unique achievement of winning a race from now on. That’s something the other five drivers could never achieve.
Lewis Hamilton is chasing an F1 record, no other driver has achieved the record so far:
At the French Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton finished the F1 race in the second position. The F1 was held at the Paul Ricard racetrack in Le Castellet, France. Hamilton the British driver finished behind Max Verstappen on Sunday in his 300th race. At the end of the race, Hamilton said to go for more wins he had left with plenty of fuel.
Lewis Hamilton is chasing an F1 record now no other driver has achieved the record so far. He is setting a goal to the top spot in at least one race to break the curse. After reaching the 300 race milestone, no driver had won a race.
Hamilton was asked if he is aiming for 400 races in the F1 championship. Lewis Hamilton replied and said, “That’s a lot of races.” He further added that he had enough to get going. “I firstly just want to be grateful to get to this point. But I still feel fresh and still feel like I’ve got plenty of fuel left in the tank.” The seven-time F1 world champion said, “I am enjoying what I am doing.”
Hamilton is the sixth driver who took part in 300 F1 races:
Hamilton as an old driver has a series of F1 records to praise about. As he has 103 wins and an equal number of pole positions. In the history of F1, He is the most successful driver. Before the ongoing season started in Formula 1, Hamilton rejected all the speculations. Speculations of him quitting the race.
On Sunday, Lewis Hamilton said that he is enjoying his time at the Mercedes. Overall Hamilton is the sixth driver who took part in 300 F1 races. He said, “Of course, I want to get back to winning ways and that’s going to take time. But I am sure we will sit down at some stage and talk about the future. But again, just with our team, I always want to continue to be building.”