The statistics of the third world Hamilton


2015 Lewis Hamilton is being for framing. In the absence of three Great Prizes for the end of the year, the uk has matched the historical brand of Niki Lauda, your own boss, Nelson Piquet, Jackie Stewart, Jack Brabham and Ayrton Senna. The club of the tricampeones has a new member, with some figures of the scandal.

These are some of the milestones, statistics collected by Sportyou, who has secured the only british chain two championships in a row:

  • Titles: 3 (2008, 2014 and 2015).
  • Victories: 43 (first in the GP of Canada, 2007).
  • pole positions: 49 (first in the GP of Canada, 2007).
  • Podiums: 84.
  • fastest Laps: 26.
  • GPs started: 164
  • GPs completed: 140
  • Grand Chelem: 2 (GP Malaysian 2014 GP of Italy in 2015).
  • Maximum consecutive podiums: 16 (between the GP of Italy 2014 and for the GP of Great Britain, 2015).
  • Maximum consecutive wins: 5 (between the GP of Italy 2014, and the GP of USA, 2014).
  • Maximum poles consecutive: 7 (between the Monaco GP 2015 and GP of Italy-2015).
  • Pole position with victory: 25.
  • Pole without a win: 24.
  • Circuits with the most wins: Hungaroring, Shanghai, and Montreal, all with 4 wins.
  • Victories in 2015: 10 up to the GP of the united States (Australia, China, Bahrain, Canada, Great Britain, Belgium, Italy, Japan, Russia and the USA).
  • Podiums in 2015: 14 (Australia, Malaysia, China, Bahrain, Spain, Monaco, Canada, Austria, Great Britain, Belgium, Italy, Japan, Russia and the USA).
  • pole positions in 2015: 11th (Australia, Malaysia, China, Bahrain, Monaco, Canada, Austria, Great Britain, Hungary, Belgium and Italy).
  • fast Laps in 2015: 6 (Australia, China, Spain, Great Britain, Italy, and Japan).
  • Retirements in 2015: 1 ( Singapore).
  • Turns leading in 2015: 563.

To these numbers we add the more than 2400 turns that has been a leader since 2007 (fifth driver in the history that it does, and the first to reach it in so short a time), or that it is the only one who has won 10 Major Awards or more in two consecutive seasons. And this by looking at only the cold figures: Lewis Hamilton is already a legend of the Formula 1 on its own merits.