Lewis Hamilton is celebrating his 35th birthday today (Tuesday, January 7).
The six-time Formula 1 world champion is one of the F1 stars to have graced the trail, let alone in the paddock.
The motorist will begin his effort when F1 gets back begins to equivalent period to Michael Schumacher’s record of seven world titles in around 10 weeks. Schumacher holds the record of 91 Grands Prix victory, but that’s likely to be beaten with Lewis Hamilton searching down him during the 2020 F1 season.t could well be a big year for man from Stevenage when he’s celebrating and he will take that!
We all thought we would take a flashback to the year where Hamilton was born, to help us celebrate his birthday.
What happened in F1 1985?
What occurred in F1 1985? When talking about the greatest drivers to race in Formula 1, Hamilton’s name often comes up alongside Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna.
The motorist that was latter listed his first-ever race win during the 1985 season.
He didn’t need to wait as the won in only the next race of the season though before getting his instant he needed to wait for 11 races.
Senna completed the championship in fourth-place despite needing more races out the things than in.
Something common for the drivers in the past than it is today.
With only five races it seemed as if the fans were in for a fantastic finale to the year.
In the conclusion of the Dutch Grand Prix, Alain Prost had just a three-point lead over Michele Alboreto, the very same points difference between a win and second location.
However, the title fight just was not to be as the Italian failed to score some points in the previous five races meaning Prost cruised to his first world championship title.
Because of a win the Australian Grand Prix, in the race, Keke Rosberg completed the season.
Compared to the start of the year, Niki Lauda achieved his final ever race win.
Another one of the greats of this sport, Lauda declared his retirement in Australia and completed three races.
Having won the championship the year before, he dropped from 1st.
The success at Zandvoort of Lauda has been the Dutch Grand Prix that is closing.
If the Hamilton and the rest of the queen make their return into the 23, that, naturally, will be changed.