Lewis Hamilton took a comfortable victory at the Spanish GP to further consolidate his F1 2020 championship lead. The Mercedes driver led every single lap at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya to secure his fourth win of the season, a colossal 24.177 secs ahead of Max Verstappen. This also handed Hamilton his 156th career podium finish, breaking Michael Schumacher’s record for the most podiums in F1 history.

Last week’s 70th Anniversary GP winner Max Verstappen couldn’t challenge Hamilton, but he did defeat Valtteri Bottas in the second Mercedes car to take 2nd place.

·         Hamilton crosses the line 24.177 secs ahead of Verstappen

·         Bottas rounds off the podium

·         Leclerc retires with power unit issues

Hamilton’s near-perfect race

Hamilton held on to the lead after a flying start and expertly controlled the pace out…

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