Formula 1’s new all-time record holder for most grand prix victories Lewis Hamilton has racked up some memorable wins in his time, and we’ve decided to count down the best of them. 

Having claimed the 92nd win of his sublime career at the Portuguese Grand Prix, Hamilton now stands alone in the record books for most wins, one clear of the legendary Michael Schumacher

Hamilton scored 21 wins for McLaren before making his switch to Mercedes for 2013, a move that was initially questioned but now looks to be a masterstroke with the Briton standing on the verge of sealing his seventh world championship crown this year.

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A mammoth 71 victories have followed in Mercedes colours and Hamilton is far from done yet as he edges closer to becoming the first driver in history to reach triple figures. 

With Hamilton standing at the very top of the F1 podium on 92 occasions, there were plenty of great drives to choose from. 

He has had his fair share of remarkable recoveries with some swashbuckling racing, as well as those dominant lights-to-flag performances from pole position, and we are sure there will be plenty more classic drives to come.

But for now, here’s our pick of Hamilton’s most incredible victories so far to celebrate the Mercedes driver hitting another landmark in the sport.

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