Here are the stats you need to know between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel are two of the greatest Formula One drivers of all time. They have been at the top of the game since their debut, but you can’t deny the fact that Lewis Hamilton has a greater impact.
This article will tell you about the the stats you need to know between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel, Can you guess who won the 2010 F1 World Championship?
Hamilton vs Vettel
|Lewis Hamilton||Stats||Sebastian Vettel|
|1||Best GP Position||1|
Lewis Hamilton has won the most number of races, recording 94 victories out of 264 race starts. That concludes he has won 35.6% of all races he has entered.
Ahead of Vettel, he has won the highest number of different Grand Prix titles, lifting 28 in his career. In addition to this, he has won at the highest number of different F1 circuits with a total of 29.
However, Vettel also has some impressive records that are difficult to break but not impossible. He holds the record for having most pole positions (15) in a single season.
In a recent incident, Eight-time World Rally Champion Sebastien Ogier spoke on Lewis Hamilton’s luck in the 2021 Formula 1 world drivers’ championship.
As we all know that Hamilton lost to Max Verstappen this year in the World Championship, Ogier revealed his thoughts on this.
“I think he will come back. He is in an ultra-competitive environment with the best team at the moment. It must have been a very difficult situation for him. He really felt like he was robbed. And he was robbed, let’s not be afraid to say that.
“Although I have a lot of respect for Max and he had a great season, on that last weekend Lewis dominated the race and was in front all the way until the very end. Unfortunately for him, there was the famous Safety Car only a few laps from the finish.
“So whether it was one or the other, they are both great champions, but looking just at that weekend, it was theft. And that’s very hard to swallow for Hamilton.”
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Answer to the question above – Sebastian Vettel