Autosport Podcast: F1 Eifel Grand Prix review – F1

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Lewis Hamilton’s victory in Sunday’s Eifel Grand Prix proved historic as it put him level on Michael Schumacher’s record of 91 Formula 1 wins.

The Mercedes driver capitalised on an early mistake for his team-mate Valtteri Bottas to take a lead he’d never lose despite a late safety car interruption.

Extending his lead in the championship, Hamilton also matched the legendary Schumacher’s once-thought untouchable record of 91 wins – doing so, fittingly, at the Nurburgring.

In the latest Autosport Podcast, Autosport Grand Prix Editor Alex Kalinauckas is joined by F1 reporter Luke Smith, Motorsport.com’s F1 Editor Jonathan Noble and GP Racing’s Executive Editor Stuart Codling to discuss F1’s first Eifel GP.

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