Lewis Hamilton dominated the French Grand Prix to continue his best ever start to a Formula One season.
Hamilton crossed the line a crushing 18 seconds clear of Valtteri Bottas in the sister Mercedes following an emphatic performance at the Circuit Paul Ricard.
On a perfect afternoon, the five-time wSky Sports pay homage to Niki Lauda with incredible seven-minute videoorld champion extended his lead over Bottas, his closest title challenger, to 36 points.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc ran Bottas close in the final stages, but stayed in third ahead of the Red Bull driver Max Verstappen.
“I have been racing a long time, but it never gets old,” said Hamilton.
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“I couldn’t do it without the team. We are creating history together and I am so proud to be a part of it. I am happy.
“It wasn’t easy at all. There are always things happening and we are on the edge. This has been the best start to a year so we have got to enjoy it.”
Following his heavy defeat, Bottas said: “It is something I need to have a look at. He [Hamilton] is not unbeatable, I know that, I just need to work hard.”News Now - Sport News