The domination of the Silver Arrows on F1 is truly unparalleled. Over the course of the last two Grand Prix, the team and its drivers have scooped up some of the most impressive and hardest to beat records in Formula 1.
At the Portuguese Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton broke the record for the most career wins of any driver in the sport’s history. And now with the latest race in the can - the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix - the Brackley-based team have secured a historic seventh constructors world title, moving the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team to pole position in the records for consecutive titles.
The accolades don’t stop there either. Lewis’ latest victory - which was also his first at the Imola circuit in F1 - was his 93rd in Formula 1; the highest number of wins of any driver in the sport’s history. That’s not all though - as well as marking the 100th win for the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team in the turbo-hybrid the team has also played it’s part in notching up an incredible 500th podium places for Mercedes-Benz power.