Sky Sports pundit Martin Brundle labels Lewis Hamilton ‘unbeatable’ after the Brit climbed to first in the F1 standings.
Hamilton secured his second consecutive win at the Spanish GP on Sunday (May 13) as he added on from his first place finish in Azerbaijan two week's prior.
Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas finished 20 seconds behind Hamilto,n while defending champion Sebastian Vettel recorded a fourth-place finish, leaving him 17 points adrift in the championship standings.
Hamilton and Mercedes now sit top of the F1 standings following the back-to-back wins, with their German rival and Ferrari racer just behind.
The back-to-back wins for Hamilton left Brundle to praise his countryman's success in a Sky Sports column as he reflected on the race.
“It seemed inevitable that he [Hamilton] was going to dominate on Sunday,” Brundle said.
“He was smiling and appeared content and he absolutely thrashed the competition whilst deciding to turn it into a 66-lap test session during which he could study the car's performance in detail and make careful mental notes for his engineers post-race.
“I watched with intrigue his Sky F1 post-race interview with Damon Hill and Simon Lazenby.
“His clarity and logic was spot on, delivered with intelligence and humility. His passion and desire for a fifth title was tangible.
“We all have mood swings, without having to tolerate hundreds of millions of people watching, and there's no reason why Lewis should be any different.
“But when all the stars are aligned he really is unbeatable in a most impressive fashion, and he's added finesse to his speed these days.”
Hamilton and Mercedes will turn their attention to the Monte Carlo GP which takes place in two weeks, with Hamilton looking to improve on his three career wins at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Brundle's analysis of Hamilton will surely be a concern for the chasing pack, in particular Vettel.