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Sachin Tendulkar's Special Message To Lewis Hamilton After Winning Record-Equalling Win In Germany

Lewis Hamilton won the Eifel Grand Prix on sunday in Germany to equal Schumacher's record.There is little uncertainty that Lewis Hamilton is perhaps the best driver that has sat behind the wheels of a Formula One vehicle, however on Sunday, the British hotshot made another stride towards turning into the best ever. Lewis Hamilton won the Eifel Grand Prix on Sunday, and in the process equalled the incomparable Michael Schumacher's record of 91 F1 race wins. Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar, who was given a Ferrari by Michael Schumacher for the benefit of Fiat in 2002, was all commendation for Hamilton, saying he has consistently preferred the Briton's "grit and adjusted aggression while driving the F1 vehicle".

"Since the time you've taken up the game, you've been exceptionally uncommon. I have consistently loved your coarseness and adjusted animosity while driving the F1 vehicle. Congrats on your 91st GP win equalling Schumacher's record. Wishing you the absolute best for the future," the Indian batting maestro tweeted on Monday.

The success in Germany was Hamilton's seventh from 11 races this year. The flow best on the planet is well headed to another driver's title, with colleague Valteri Bottas falling 69 focuses behind. 

Hamilton, however, got some assistance at a rushed Eifel GP. Bottas began the race on pole and was glancing agreeable in the number one spot yet one slip-up demonstrated exorbitant as he secured his tires and needed to go in for an early pit-stop. 

Bottas' race went from awful to more regrettable as he needed to resign with motor issues, leaving Hamilton and Red Bull's Max Verstappen to duel it out for the success.

Hamilton kept his cool and with a deliberate drive took the checkered banner in front of Verstappen with Renault's Daniel Ricciardo coming in third. 

In a contacting recognition for the British star, Michael Schumacher's child, Mick gave Hamilton one of his dad's race helmets. 

"Seeing Michael's strength for such a long time I don't think anybody particularly me would actually consider getting close to Michael as far as records," said Hamilton.

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