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Lewis Hamilton’s top 3 F1 tracks


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For speed lovers, the famous formula one race has proven to be a heart stealer. The high adrenaline sport, which comprises different drivers across the world, comes together to contest for the F1 world championship. The sport has grown into a world-class with supporters across the globe.

Speaking of Championships, Lewis Hamilton has been the talk of every town after securing his seventh world championship in the 2020 season. Born on January 7th, 1985 in the United Kingdom, the 36-year-old world champion has proven to be of top quality and swift hands on the wheel.

The Brit will surely be breaking more records if he continues with his perfect streak.

Having to race in different tracks across the world, Lewis Hamilton has come out to mention his top 3 favorite tracks during the FIA Drivers press conference.

These are the tracks Lewis Hamilton looks most forward to in the 2021 F1 season.

Though mentioning several of his favorite tracks, the top 3 tracks in the list seem to be special to him.

  • Silverstone Grand Prix

The Silverstone Grand Prix seems to be the closest to his heart. His love for this particular track and his many wins in the same has been quite excellent that a part of the 5.891km circuit has been named after him. He looks forward to impressing during the three-day race which will be held from the 16-18 July on the same track.

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  • Canadian Grand Prix

Without a doubt, Lewis Hamilton has proven to be a magician in Montreal with his impressive record. With the many fans who come to cheer him up, Hamilton hopes to keep up his record at the 4.371km Circuit Gilles on the Sunday 30th of June

  • United States Grand Prix

The World Championship winner finds one of the new tracks his favorite. Especially the ability to overtake at the Circuit of the Americas is speaking to the current F1 champ. With the corners and the new challenges it brings along, Lewis hopes to make history on the 5.513km Circuit of the Americas in Austin on the 24th of October.


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