Lewis Hamilton has won more races on more circuits than any other driver in Formula One history. All of the tracks where the seven-time Champion has won a Grand Prix are listed here.
Hamilton has won the most Grand Prix races in the sport’s history, so it’s no surprise that he’s also won in the most sites.
Hamilton has accumulated 102 Grand Prix victories since his first victory 15 years ago at the 2007 Canadian Grand Prix.
With 103 victories under his belt, he has won in a wide range of Formula One’s most prestigious venues.
It’s perhaps fitting that the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, where he won for the first time, is also one of his most successful — Hamilton has won seven times at Ile Notre Dame.
However, Hamilton has won the most races on two tracks, tying Michael Schumacher for the most with eight triumphs.
Schumacher won eight times at Magny-Cours in France, while Hamilton has won eight times at Silverstone and Budapest’s Hungaroring to match Schumacher’s record.
The following is a complete list of Hamilton’s victories on each circuit.
Lewis Hamilton victories in F1 by circuit
|5||Yas Marina, Abu Dhabi|
|4||Marina Bay, Singapore|
|3||Monte Carlo, Monaco|
|2||Paul Ricard, France|
|2||Mexico City, Mexico|
|1||Jeddah, Saudi Arabia|
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