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Lewis Hamilton Proves Nothing Is Impossible By Breaking Michael Schumacher’s Unbreakable Record

Lewis Hamilton Proves Nothing Is Impossible By Breaking Michael Schumacher’s Unbreakable Record

At the Portuguese Grand Prix on Sunday, Mercedes race driver Lewis Hamilton broke Schumacher’s record and won first place in the Formula 1 races. 35-year-old Hamilton celebrated both his victory and thanked his team and supporters for helping him achieve this success via his official Instagram account.

The legendary driver of Formula One races, Michael Schumacher, was the last pilot to hold the record for ‘first place’, and it was considered impossible to break this record again, but there is no such thing as impossible in life.

Schumacher was in a coma for a long time after the tragic accident he had during a ski trip to Switzerland in 2013, after which he could not appear before the public, although his treatment continued.

Almost seven years later after the accident, this Sunday Lewis Hamilton broke the record of F1 legend Michael Schumacher and won first place at the Portuguese Grand Prix.

The 12th race of the Formula 1 World Championship was won by the British Lewis Hamilton. Hamilton surpassed Michael Schumacher’s record of 91 races and by winning 92 races he became the most successful driver of F1 history.

The legendary F1 driver Schumacher held this record for 19 years. For this reason, Hamilton celebrated this important success with his followers with a post he shared on his Instagram account.

Lewis Hamilton, in the post, stated that it was beyond his wildest dreams to achieve this huge victory. He explained that the journey to victory had not been easy but with the support of his team it had become more possible.

Moreover, he paid tribute to the legend of F1 races, Michael Schumacher, underlining that it was a great honour for him to be mentioned with him in the same sentence. Hamilton thanked everyone and said “still we rise”, signalling that he will continue to rise and break records in the upcoming races.

Here’s what he wrote:

“NINETY TWO WINS 🤯 Today is beyond my wildest dreams. I couldn’t be here today without my team, continuously innovating and pushing the barrier in this game. I’m so grateful to have you guys by my side through this journey. It doesn’t matter how many Sunday’s we do this, it’s always a challenge. None of this has been easy. It’s been such a privilege to work with you all.

I’m thinking of Michael today, I will forever have the utmost admiration and respect for you, it’s truly been an honor to be mentioned in the same sentence as you. And to you #TeamLH, I can’t express how grateful I am for all of you. All I can say is thank you, from the bottom of my heart for always believing in me. Still We Rise 🏆”

Check out the post below.

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NINETY TWO WINS 🤯 Today is beyond my wildest dreams. I couldn’t be here today without my team, continuously innovating and pushing the barrier in this game. I’m so grateful to have you guys by my side through this journey. It doesn’t matter how many Sunday’s we do this, it’s always a challenge. None of this has been easy. It’s been such a privilege to work with you all. I’m thinking of Michael today, I will forever have the utmost admiration and respect for you, it’s truly been an honour to be mentioned in the same sentence as you. And to you #TeamLH, I can’t express how grateful I am for all of you. All I can say is thank you, from the bottom of my heart for always believing in me. Still We Rise 🏆 #92

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