Lewis Hamilton has done it!
After overtaking the great Michael Schumacher in terms of podium finishes, the Brit has now matched his record for most Grand Prix wins.
The Mercedes man can now boast a staggering 91 race wins after his triumph in Germany this afternoon, as well as beating Schumacher's lap record for the track.
Valtteri Bottas started on pole but retired after losing power, leaving teammate Hamilton to see off the rest of the pack and take home his 91st win, equalling Schumacher in the process.
Hamilton fans will still remember the 2007 Canadian Grand Prix, where he secured his first ever win in Formula 1.
Well, fast forward 13 years and 90 wins later and here we are.
All eyes will now turn to the Portuguese Grand Prix at the Algarve International Circuit, where Hamilton will try to eclipse Schumacher's record and secure his 92nd race win.
That race will take place on October 25, so be sure to free up your diaries as the Brit looks to secure yet another record.
Now is it time to start calling him the GOAT of Formula 1?
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