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Lewis Hamilton will set new winless record if he doesn’t take victory at British Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton will set new winless record if he doesn’t take victory at British Grand Prix
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Lewis Hamilton is at risk of breaking an unwanted record for a change, with the Briton on the verge of setting a new personal tally for most races in a row without taking victory in Formula 1.

The 7-time world champion has naturally become accustomed to winning over the last eight years with Mercedes easily the most dominant force since 2014.

Indeed, he racked up victory after victory heading into 2021, and even as Max Verstappen and Red Bull finally challenged his dominance, he was still a regular on the top step last year.

2022, though, has been far from plain sailing for Lewis and Mercedes, with him only achieving two podium finishes so far this season – the second of which came last weekend in Montreal – and, indeed, he’s now on the verge of earning an unwanted record.

Indeed, if Hamilton does not win the British Grand Prix next weekend, he will set a new personal record for longest streak in the sport without winning a…

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