Хэмилтон побил рекорд Шумахера

Британский гонщик "Мерседеса" Льюис Хэмилтон побил рекорд Михаэля Шумахера по числу побед на Гран-при "Формулы-1", сообщает РИА "Новости".

Хэмилтон выиграл Гран-при "Формулы-1" в Португалии. Теперь в его активе 92 победы, которые он завоевал за 14 сезонов. В активе Шумахера 91 победа.

BAGNET напоминает, что Шумахер не выступает с 2012 года. А в 2013 году именитый гонщик получил серьезную травму головы, когда катался на горных лыжах. С тех пор он восстанавливается.

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