Sir Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton is an English racer. He currently plays in Formula 1 for Mercedes, having driven for McLaren from 2007 to 2012. In Formula 1, Hamilton won the overall record of seven World Racers Championship titles, while holding an all-time record for most victories, pillar and honor podium positions, among many others. others. Born and raised in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, Hamilton was signed to McLaren's Young Driver Program in 1998. This then culminated in Formula 1 training with McLaren in 2007, prompting a contract with McLaren to be completed in 2007. Hamilton became the first black racer to race the sport. This season, Hamilton has set many records when ranked second behind Kimi Räikkönen one point. The following season, he impressively won his first title - a crucial pass at the last corner of the final lap of the season - to become a young Formula 1 world champion. most in history.
|Born||Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton, January 7, 1985, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England|
|Parent(s)||Anthony Hamilton, Carmen Larbalestier|
|Family||Nicolas Hamilton (brother)|
British Formula One race car driver regarded as one of the best in the history of the sport. He won F1 championships in 2008, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020, setting a record for most race victories by a British driver. He became the first black driver to ever compete in F1.
He began his racing career driving go-karts at the age of eight. In 1998, he signed with McLaren's development program.
He set the career record for most points, becoming the first driver to ever hit 2,500. He won 10 races during the 2016 F1 season but failed to win the title, a record for most wins in a season without winning the World Championship.
GP2 Series Champion. Mercedes-Benz Formula 1 riders. Champion of Formula 3 Euro. Sports car racing team owner. Formula 1 world champion riders. Hertfordshire athlete. BRDC Golden Star Winners. British expatriates in Monaco. McLaren Formula 1 drivers. Segrave Cup recipients. The pilot of the German formula Renault 2.0. British expatriates in Switzerland. BBC Sports Personality of the Year winner. Riders of the world karting championship. UK Formula 1 riders. Drivers of Formula 3 Euro Series. The driver of the British formula Renault 2.0. GP2 series driver. British racer