Whatever you think of Lewis Hamilton, you’d have to be a real grouch to deny that winning a fifth Formula One World Drivers’ Championship is a very special achievement. If Mexico was crossing the line, then this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix is the victory march. And we’ll tell you how to get an F1 live stream from absolutely anywhere with our advice in this guide.
Four titles in five years confirms that Hamilton is the dominant force in this era of F1. It feels like a good few weeks ago since we were talking about the 2018 Formula 1 season being a two-horse race between him and his German foe Sebastian Vettel. The second half off the season has been all about the Brit.
So what will the Brazilian Grand Prix hold? A chance for Hamilton to celebrate in style? The opportunity for Vettel to take a consolation victory? Or maybe the time to shine for the likes of Daniel Ricciardo, Max Verstappen and Kimi Räikkönen – all of who have wins this season – or Valtteri Bottas, who hasn’t.
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