Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton won last weekend’s 2019 Spanish Grand Prix, registering his 76th career win. This victory, the fifth successive one-two for Mercedes and a first for any team, brings Hamilton closer to matching seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher's all-time record of 91 race wins. The 34 year-old Briton seized the lead from team mate Valtteri Bottas who had started on pole position as championship leader but made a slow getaway and lost out in a three-abreast rush to the first corner, with Hamilton on the inside and Vettel trying his chances on the outside before locking up and running wide.

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