With his 91st victory in Formula 1 at the British Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton achieved two more records in Formula 1.
In the first, he dethroned his childhood idol, Ayrton Senna. The British driver led the race from start to finish and, even with a puncture, managed to win the victory, making 20 victories to lead from the first second of the race.
Ayrton Senna was 19, so Hamilton moves forward in yet another statistic.
In the second record, Lewis Hamilton left Alain Prost behind when it comes to victories in his home country. The Frenchman had six wins in France, while the Briton now has seven wins in his home race.