No team has ever scored more than five consecutive one-twos in any stage of a season (Ferrari had six in 1952 if you discount the Indianapolis 500), so Mercedes could set a new record at the Monaco Grand Prix.
This was Hamilton’s third consecutive win in the Spanish Grand Prix.
He now has four wins in this race, more than any driver besides Schumacher, who won it six times.
Hamilton also took the fastest lap for the 42nd time in his career, and the first time he has claimed a bonus point for doing so.
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The Circuit de Catalunya has been the home of F1’s Spanish Grand Prix since 1991. Here’s how the layout has changed since then, and why.