Hamilton started from second place and was helped in the lead by the mistake of the winner of the qualification, Valtteri Bottas, after which the Finnish Mercedes driver had to resign.
|Comparison of Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton during their record 91st victory in the F1 World Championship|
|Michael sSchumacher||Lewis Hamilton|
|Jordan (1991), Benetton (1991-1995), Ferrari (1996-2006), Mercedes (2010-12)||Career||McLaren (2007-12), Mercedes (since 2013)|
|October 1991 (Belgian Grand Prix)||Debut v F1||March 2007 (Australian Grand Prix)|
|August 1992 (Belgian Grand Prix)||The first victory||June 2007 (Canadian Grand Prix)|
|October 2006 (Chinese Grand Prix)||91st victory||October 2020 (VC Eifelu)|
|7||Number of titles||6|
|250/306||Number of races||261|
|154/155||Number of places on the podium||160|
|68||Number of field positions||96|
|75/77||Number of fastest laps||51|
|Note: For Schumacher, the final state is after the slash.|
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