Verstappen trajectory set to eclipse Lewis Hamilton F1 data

Max Verstappen aged 25 is already an F1 double world champion and in line with MyBettingSites is on a trajectory that can see him eclipse all of Lewis Hamilton’s data. This weekend in Mexico the Dutch driver might declare the all time most race wins throughout an F1 season. Additional Max might eclipse even Michael Schumacher’s race profitable share of 2004 which noticed the German win 13 of the 18 races that yr.

If Verstappen claims the remaining 3 races he could have a win % for 2022 of 72.7%, which might beat Schumacher’s 72.2% again in 2004.

Regardless of the current F1 domination of Mercedes who gained an unprecedented 8 constructors’ titles in a row, Verstappen has a win charge throughout his Formulation One profession of 20.7 % of the races he has entered.

 

 

Verstappen set to eclipse Hamilton

Verstappen has collected 33 race wins and 74 podiums by the age of 25 by comparability Hamilton had simply 14 wins and 36 podiums on the similar age.

The betting organisation has Verstappen as favorite to overtake all of Hamilton’s data inside 6 seasons and the 12 yr age distinction makes it virtually inevitable Max will eclipse Lewis Hamilton’s achievements.and secured 74 podiums to date whereas Hamilton had solely picked up 14 victories and 36 podiums on the similar age.

Max sits sixth on the all time listing of F1 race winners and regardless that his win share is beneath Hamilton’s which is at 33%.

Hamilton 103

Schumacher 91

Vettel 53

Prost 51

Senna 41

Verstappen 33

 

 

The ‘previous time greats’ beat Hamilton

Solely Jim Clarke (35%), Alberto Ascari (41%) and Juan Manuel Fangio (47%) have higher race win share statistics than Lewis Hamilton.

Lewis’ F1 data are broad ranging and embody the next

Most consecutive race begins

Lewis Hamilton: 265
Daniel Ricciardo: 214
Nico Rosberg: 206
Riccardo Patrese: 187
Jenson Button: 179

Most entries with a single engine producer

Lewis Hamilton: 292 (Mercedes)
Kimi Raikkonen: 209 (Ferrari)
Michael Schumacher: 181 (Ferrari)
David Coulthard: 150 (Mercedes)
Emerson Fittipaldi: 148 (Ford Cosworth)

 

 

 

Most consecutive factors finishes

Lewis Hamilton: 48
Kimi Raikkonen: 27
Michael Schumacher: 24
Fernando Alonso: 23
Valtteri Bottas: 22

Whole pole positions

Lewis Hamilton: 103
Michael Schumacher: 68
Ayrton Senna: 65
Sebastian Vettel: 57
Jim Clark and Alain Prost: 33

Most podium finishes

Lewis Hamilton: 183
Michael Schumacher: 155
Sebastian Vettel: 122
Alain Prost: 106
Kimi Raikkonen: 103

 

 

 

Whole races completed within the factors

Lewis Hamilton: 252
Michael Schumacher: 221
Kimi Raikkonen: 219
Fernando Alonso: 218
Sebastian Vettel: 210

Whole races main each lap

Lewis Hamilton: 23
Ayrton Senna: 19
Sebastian Vettel: 15
Jim Clark: 13
Jackie Stewart and Michael Schumacher: 11

 

 

Hamilton set to lose a file

Hamilton first led each lap in a race within the 2007 Hungarian Grand Prix in his McLaren MP4–22, with a really shut Raikkonen behind him. 

Whole pole and wins in the identical race

Lewis Hamilton: 61
Michael Schumacher: 40
Sebastian Vettel: 31
Ayrton Senna: 29
Alain Prost: 18

Lewis Hamilton has a file that surpasses all others. The Brit has gained a race in every considered one of his F1 seasons, although perhaps his finest alternative this yr was on the US GP however he was overtaken by Verstappen with simply 6 laps to go – this file could also be falling from Lewis’ file after 2022.

 

 

 

Hamilton shares the file for the next Formulation One achievements with the next drivers.

Most wins in first championship season

Jacques Villeneuve and Lewis Hamilton: 4

Most wins on the similar grand prix

Michael Schumacher (French GP) and Lewis Hamilton (British GP and Hungarian GP): 8

Most consecutive wins on the similar grand prix

Ayrton Senna (Monaco GP) and Lewis Hamilton (Spanish Grand Prix): 5

Most consecutive seasons with not less than one grand prix win

Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton: 15

Most podium finishes in a season

Michael Schumacher, Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton: 17

Fewest world championship seasons earlier than first title

Jacques Villeneuve and Lewis Hamilton: 2 seasons

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