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Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport and Hamilton Can Secure Championship Wins in Austin

Blog: The Tibco Blog

With three races to go in the 2017 Formula One race season, the fight for the championship is on between Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport’s Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel. Currently, Hamilton has 306 points in the Drivers’ Championship, a 59 point lead over Vettel. Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport is also in the lead of the Constructors’ Championship, with 540 points, 145 points over Ferrari.

As a team, Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport has has a remarkable season. Between Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas, the team has won 10 Grand Prix: China, Russia, Spain, Canada, Austria, UK, Belgium, Italy, Singapore, and Japan. Additionally, Hamilton has broken records in all aspects of the race.

To kick off the season, Hamilton took home his 54th career win in China while leading every lap and set the fastest lap to give him his third Grand Slam (pole, win, fastest lap, and led every lap). Additionally, he equalled F1 driver Jim Clark’s career record of 11 “hat tricks”—races won from pole while setting the fastest lap. During the qualifiers at the Belgian Grand Prix, Hamilton scored his 68th pole, setting the fastest lap ever at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. Belgium marked Hamilton’s 200th race and claimed his fifth win of the season. At the Italian Grand Prix, Hamilton secured his 69th pole position, surpassing Michael Schumacher for the all-time most pole positions. He won the race, his sixth of the season, taking the lead in the Drivers’ Championship with three points over Vettel. At the Malaysian Grand Prix, he set a new record, attaining his 70th pole position. Most recently at the Japanese Grand Prix, Hamilton took home his first pole in Suzuka and broke the track record held by Schumacher by 1.6 seconds.

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