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Hungarian GP statistics: Hamilton reigns again at Hungaroring

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Hungarian GP statistics: Hamilton reigns again at Hungaroring
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Translated by: Rachit Thukral
Jul 31, 2018, 1:15 PM

All the Formula 1 statistics and figures from the Hungarian Grand Prix, won by Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton.

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Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1 W09

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1 W09
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Hamilton amassed his 77th F1 pole in qualifying. With 7 poles at Hungaroring, he has now equalled Michael Schumacher's record. Also, Hamilton's Hungaroring pole marked 74th for Mercedes as a constructor and 177th as an engine supplier.

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1 W09

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1 W09
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On Sunday, Hamilton secured his 67th F1 win, taking Mercedes' tally to 81 as a constructor and 167 as an engine supplier.

Race winner Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1 W09 celebrates in parc ferme

Race winner Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1 W09 celebrates in parc ferme
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Hamilton has now won the Hungarian GP six times, making him the most successful F1 driver at the Hungaroring.

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W09 celebrates in Parc Ferme with his team

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W09 celebrates in Parc Ferme with his team
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The Briton also became only the second driver in F1 history to win three Grands Prix six times (Hungary, Canada, US). Schumacher has scored six race wins in seven different countries (France, Canada, San Marino, Belgium, Spain, Japan and Europe).

Race winner Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W09 in Parc Ferme

Race winner Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W09 in Parc Ferme
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The 33-year-old has now converted 43 pole positions into victories.

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W09 celebrates on cool down lap Zak Mauger

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W09 celebrates on cool down lap Zak Mauger
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The Hungarian GP marked Hamilton's 110th race as a Mercedes driver. He raced for McLaren for exactly 110 races before joining Mercedes.

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W09, 1st position, takes the chequered flag

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W09, 1st position, takes the chequered flag
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The gap between race winner Hamilton and second-placed Sebastian Vettel was 17.123 seconds at the chequered flag, the second largest of the 2018 season after the Spanish GP (20.593s). The smallest one of the year was between Vettel and Valtteri Bottas in Bahrain (0.699s).

Podium: race winner Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1, second place Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari, third place Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari

Podium: race winner Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1, second place Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari, third place Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari
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With its 81st win at Budapest, Mercedes has now scored the same number of wins as Lotus (including the original Team Lotus and the squad that ran under the same name from 2010)

Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari celebrates by spraying champagne on the podium

Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari celebrates by spraying champagne on the podium
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With second position, Vettel equalled Alain Prost's tally of 106 podiums.

Podium: third place Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari

Podium: third place Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari
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As for Raikkonen, it was his 99th career podium and ninth in Hungary, the latter being a record.

Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari celebrates on the podium

Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari celebrates on the podium
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The Finn is on a streak of five podium finishes for the first time since 2007, when he finished inside the top three in all races between Hungary and Brazil.

Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull Racing RB14

Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull Racing RB14
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Ricciardo set the fastest lap of the race, a 1m20.012s, but it was still a second slower than what Schumacher managed in 2004 (1m19.071s).

Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull Racing RB14

Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull Racing RB14
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It was the 60th fastest lap for Red Bull, allowing it to match Mercedes's tally.

Kevin Magnussen, Haas F1 Team VF-18

Kevin Magnussen, Haas F1 Team VF-18
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For only the second time this season, both Haas drivers finished inside the points

Race retiree Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing

Race retiree Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing
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For the first time since 2007, Red Bull has had to endure one retirement for four consecutive races.

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Series Formula 1
Event Hungarian GP
Location Hungaroring
Author Fabien Gaillard