Hamilton may break Raikkonen's 27 race record

Hamilton may break Raikkonen's 27 race record

Lewis Hamilton is too close to breaking Kimi Raikkonen's record of scoring over 27 races.

Kimi Raikkonen scored 27 consecutive races with Lotus from the Bahrain Grand Prix of 2012 to the Hungarian Grand Prix of 2013 and broke Schumacher's record.

Lastly, Lewis Hamilton, who can not get points in Malaysia in 2016, finished the entire race in 26 races until he won the 2016 Japan GP and the 2018 Australian GP.

Hamilton will catch Raikkonen if he gets points in Bahrain, and if he gets points in China he will have scored the record.

Michael Schumacher 2001 Hungary, 2003 Fernando Alonso scored well in 2011 Europe and 2012 Hungary while he managed to score 24 races in Malaysia.

 

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