Hamilton, for 90 victories

The Briton has 89 and may reach Michael Schumacher's 91 in the coming weeks. He didn't miss the party mode: "I don't get it ...".


Mercedes has opted for political responses when it comes to judging the ban on qualifying modes, although there is some discontent in the Germans' garage with the first technical decision of the FIA that may reduce performance. Lewis Hamilton, after his sixth pole of the season, the 95th of his career, was critical: "I don't understand it. We said that with this rule that they have brought to slow us down there would be no changes, because we have a great car and we're better in other areas. We just had amazing performances this weekend and it's definitely our best weekend in Monza. "

The Briton can claim his 90th victory in Formula 1 this Sunday to stay behind only one of Michael Schumacher's 91. In the absence of a fight with Bottas, he does keep it up to the history books to become the most successful racer ever.

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