Hamilton, champion in USA if ...

You don't even need to finish the race to mathematically certify your sixth World Cup. It is worth it with Bottas not winning the United States GP


Lewis Hamilton can and should be crowned world champion in Austin, only a cataclysm would prevent it. The Briton doesn't even need to finish the race to mathematically certify his sixth world title. It can be summarized in two conditions the results that would make him champion in the United States GP:

-If Bottas does not win the race

-If Bottas wins the race (fast or not) and Hamilton is eighth or better.

The Briton has scored in all races this year and only in Germany came down from eighth place, was ninth after an accident and a race full of problems. As for the Finn, he has won three races this season. However, although the drivers' title is only between the two of Mercedes, the runner-up is still open and both Leclerc and Vettel and Verstappen can reach Valtteri in general. While it is true that its advantage is important, 53 points over the third, the Monegasque, with only 78 at stake.

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