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Nine lap records were broken in 2019

By setting six fastest race laps in 2019, Lewis Hamilton won the DHL Fastest Lap Award to further cement his position as the leading and dominating force in the current hybrid era of the sport. Beside the success of the reigning champion, the thrill of the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship was emphasized by the sheer speed of racing cars which enabled drivers to reach incredible speeds both in qualifying and race runs. New lap records were set in nine races including Azerbaijan, Canada, France, United Kingdom, Hungary, Russia, Japan, USA and Abu Dhabi. On his way to the victory on home turf, Lewis Hamilton was not afraid of going for the fastest lap at the end of the British Grand...
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