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There is no record which Lewis Hamilton has broken or isnt close to breaking. Most pole positions, most points and very close to most race victories, British has put himself among the greatest of all times in sport. If not for Mercedes, who knows what would have been faith of Hamilton or the German team which had Give him a car to perform. During the 2017 Italian Grand Prix weekend, Lewis Hamilton broke Michael Schumachers ' decade-long record of most pole positions. At the time, qualifying was held in wet session and Lewis Hamilton pulled out lap from almost nowhere. Unseen footage was spotcheck by us on Youtube showing Niki Lauda, then non executive chairman of Mercedes AMG F1 Team, embracing Hamilton and congratulating him. Lauda led the entire Mercedes team which welcomed Lewis with warm applause. Niki Lauda was a very special influence on Lewis Hamilton's life. Lauda was responsible for Mercedes signing British over other alternatives. He was a star at that time and Mercedes were low midfielders, so naturally he was to come at a very high price. If not for Lauda, Mercedes would never have accepted to pay Hamilton the fees he was asking for. Not just for Hamilton, Lauda was a big influencer for the entire team. He was a strong force which was needed when Mercedes were struggling with managing Nico Rosberg alongside Hamilton. Unfortunately, Lauda passed away earlier this year on 20 May, before the Monaco Grand Prix. He was in hospital undergoing treatment for his kidneys. Mercedes and the entire F1 community hold multiple tributes to him. Fans were encouraged to come wearing Laudas traditional red cap and all teams imprint We Miss You Lauda or other such tributes on their liveries.

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Lewis Hamilton honors Niki Lauda

Lewis Hamilton celebrates emotional pole position for dominant Mercedes at the Monaco Grand Prix on Saturday with teammate Valtteri Bottas joining the Formula One leader in front row sweep. Pole, record-extending 85 of Briton's stellar career and second of the season, came with the sport mourning the death of triple world champion and Mercedes non-executive chairman Niki Lauda. The team look set to deliver perfect tribute to the Austrians in Sunday's race in the shape of sixth successive One-two finish, with Ferrari out of sorts on a shambolic afternoon. This is definitely one of the best poles, say Hamilton, who denied Bottas fourth successive top slot on last lap 0. 086 quicker than Finn's best effort around metal-fence streets. This one's for Niki, the five-time world champion, who leads Bottas by seven points in the standings. Red Bull's Max Verstappen qualified third and Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel will line up fourth after narrowly avoiding going out in the opening phase. A glaring error by Ferrari denied Charles Leclerc the chance to shine at home, with the 21-year-old failing to make it through the first phase and qualifying only 16 after going fastest in final practice. Verstappen's teammate Pierre Gasly qualified fifth with Kevin Magnussen sixth for Haas and Daniel Ricciardo, last year's winner for Red Bull, seventh in an encouraging result for Renault. Australian Ricciardo will start in sixth after a three-place grid penalty was handed down to Red Bulls Pierre Gasly for blocking Romain Grosjean during the second qualifying session. Toro Rosso had two cars in the top 10, with Daniil Kvyat eighth and Alexander Albon 10. McLaren's Carlos Sainz lines up between them in ninth. Vettel's last-ditch effort to lift himself into the second phase saved the German's skin but plunged Leclerc, whom Ferrari had thought was safe and had not sent out for one final lap, into the bottom group. I asked whether they were sure, deject Monegasque told Sky Sports television, adding it was hard to understand or accept failure. They tell me we think we are. And I say, we get out again? ' There was no real answer. Leclerc said his best hope now was for rain to turn the race, so often processioned in Monaco's tight streets, into a lottery on Sunday. 'll have to take a lot of risks I think, even risking a crash, but in the end, the only thing we need to do now, to try and be extreme in our overtaking because this is a track where it is basically impossible to overtake, he say.

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