The brilliant 2020 that English has had Lewis Hamilton, which so far includes nine wins in 13 races, allows the pilot to Mercedes have the first chance to become champion of this season this weekend at the Turkish Grand Prix.
Hamilton, who is on the verge of achieving his seventh title in the specialty, has as his only rival his Finnish teammate Valtteri Bottas, who has only won two races.
The current champion has 282 points; while his escort accumulates 197. The difference between the two is 85 units when there are 104 in dispute product of the four dates that remain to lower the curtain per year (Turkey will be followed by two GP's in Bahrain and the one in Abu Dhabi).
What does it take for Hamilton to celebrate in Turkey? Let's see…
- It is ahead of Bottas be it in the position it is.
- That both drop out or that neither score points.
- Win the race.
- He is second and sets the lap record.
- Finish 2nd, 3rd or 4th and Bottas doesn't win.
- 5th or better if Bottas finishes third or worse.
- 6th and Bottas 3rd or worse, but without the fast lap.
- 7th and Bottas 4th or worse.
- 8th with the fastest lap and Bottas 4th or worse.
- 9th with the fastest lap and Bottas 5th or worse.
- 10th and Bottas 6th or worse.