The seven-time world champion has got more than 30 million fans on Instagram and approx 8 million fans on Twitter. There are more than a million specific fan pages for the Formula One champion. Recently, one. of his fans has gone through the data with past achievements of Hamilton and compared it with the entire 2023 grid as a combination. He found out that Lewis Hamilton has more world championship titles and pole positions than the sum up of everyone’s achievements racing next year.
Lewis Hamilton first debuted in the sport in 2007 for McLaren, won one championship with the team, then joined Mercedes in 2013 and won 6 other titles; in total, he won 103 Grand Prix races and clinched 103 pole positions in his entire racing career so far. He is the Greatest of all Or not, always remains a hot topic of debate among F1 fans. At ari_lh44 seems like a crazy fan of the seven-time world champion. To the hot topic of who is the GOAt driver, he slapped the against speakers with a post that suggests who Hamilton is. Via Twitter, he tweeted, “Lewis Has more titles, wins, and poles than the whole grid combined next year. There’s no argument about who the GOAT is.”
Lewis Hamilton Alone Stands Tall Against All The 19 Drivers For 2023
Statistically, all the 19 other drivers taking part in the 2023 grid have a combined 4 world championships that include Max Verstappen’s two and the other two of Fernando Alonso’s. For total race victories in a combination, all the drivers could only reach 90 race wins which is 13 less than Lewis Hamilton’s alone. Counting for the pole positions, there are only 89 poles in total, but Hamilton alone holds a record of 103 pole positions. Now, the fact that Sebastian Vettel left and three new entries with zero races are taking place next year helped in favor of Hamilton.
Now, against the motion for Lewis Hamilton to say he is not the GOAT, many people suggest that he had a very large career in the sport as compared to the others. But, as a matter of fact, they forget about the Spanish Alpine driver, Alonso Fernando, who has the record for the longest F1 career so far. Next year, Fernando is replacing the four-time world champion, Sebastian Vettel, in Aston Martin as he announced his retirement at the end of the 2022 F1 season.
However, no one can ignore the fact that MaxVerstappen is currently leading everyone. He breaks the record for most wins in a season and sets another with 15 wins. He is young and powerful and hoping to seek more success in the 2023 season. Let’s see who can surpass Lewis hamilton in Formula One in the future.