Racer Mercedes Lewis Hamilton commented on his success in qualifying for the Grand Prix of Belgium, the results of which won the 68-th pole in his career and equaled the record of Michael Schumacher.
“I can’t believe it, – quotes Hamilton Sky Sports F1. – You need to say a big thanks to the team for an amazing job. Incredibly nice to be ahead of Ferrari here, because Spa is one of my favorite tracks”.
One of the first to congratulate Lewis with the achievement of record Schumacher, became sporting Director of the Formula 1 Ross Brawn, conveyed a message from family sevenfold champion of the world.
“They congratulate you with the achievement of record Michael. As he always said records are meant to be shut,” said Ross.
Lewis said: “I am Incredibly pleased to hear such words. I have to tell them thank you.
I often think about Michael and praying for him. I was lucky enough to speak with him on the track and I always admired him. I have the honour to match him for the number of poles. But he will always be one of the greatest riders in history.”
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