F1 racer Lewis Hamilton attends the Stream TIDAL X: Brooklyn Benefit Concert at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on October 17, 2017 in New York. / AFP / ANGELA WEISS
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Lewis Hamilton is already the most successful British Formula One driver of all time and by sunset Sunday he could legitimately claim to be among the greatest.Hamilton, 59 points clear of Vettel ahead of the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin with 100 up for grabs, has already wrested away Schumacher's pole position record and is breaking new ground with 71 and counting.Hamilton has won for the past three years in Austin, and four times out of five, and nobody would be surprised to see another triumph. That would not necessarily secure the crown, with Hamilton still needing to beat Vettel by 16 points. Hamilton has scored points in his last 21 races and been on the podium 115 times in his career, more than anyone except Schumacher.
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