Lewis Hamilton approaches the Hungarian GP race with a pure rush of adrenaline coming through his blood as he celebrates his 90th pole-position recording the new Hungaroring’s track fastest lap ever.
The Briton is getting incredibly close to the Kaiser Michael Schumacher records and he could do that quite easily this year, as his 7th World Championship title seems at hand.
Aside his pure crystalline talent, Hamilton can count on a spaceship that destroys whoever comes into its way and he has to thank his team for that.
“The car was really hooked up today- admits the Briton while talking about today’s performance - but Valtteri didn't make it easy for me at all! It requires absolute perfection when it comes to these laps and that kind of Qualifying is one of the things I enjoy the most.”
Lewis Carl Davison Hamilton and quali Saturdays. 👊🖤— Mercedes-AMG F1 (@MercedesAMGF1) July 18, 2020
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Talking about his record-breaking habit, Hamilton can allow himself to think about the goal he has reached today and to feel happy and extremely satisfied of it as well and he took the chance to say a big “thank you” once more to his wonderful team - “The fact that it's my 90th pole position... I have to pinch myself it just doesn't register. It's humbling to be honest, because I get to work with such an incredible group of people and without them, I wouldn't have the opportunity to do this. A massive thank you to everyone back home and here at the track that do such an amazing job. Looking to tomorrow, it's a long run down to Tun 1 here, so nothing is a given and I've got to get my head down and work hard on delivering at the start. We don't know what the weather is going to do, so we've got to put the work in this evening."
It is almost certain that Hamilton will delight his fans with another "wet magic spell" if tomorrow's weather conditions will bring him a rainy race.