2020 Lewis Hamilton Race Used Mercedes AMG F1 Visor
Visor used by Lewis Hamilton while driving for the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team during the 2020 F1 season, the season in which Hamilton would win his 7th Drivers’ World Championship.
It’s almost incomprehensible how good Lewis Hamilton has been since joining Formula One in 2007 as he has broke almost all the records in F1 history.
For example, during the 2016 F1 season Hamilton would win 10 of the 21 races, stood on the podium 17 times, earned 12 poles, led 567 laps … and didn’t even win the championship that year (his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg would by five points).
Hamilton has won at least one race in each of his 15 seasons and has scored multiple wins in 14 of them. His amazing run of success over seven seasons (2014-2020) stacks up with any Grand Prix driver in history. He won at least nine races — and as many as 11 — in each of those seasons, while winning six of his record-tying 7 Drivers’ World Championships. So far, Hamilton has reached 4,000 career points and has also broken the 100-win mark (103 entering the 2022 season). Michael Schumacher is second with 91. Hamilton’s career average finish is a full two positions better than Schumacher’s, and Hamilton has led 200-plus more laps with 35 more poles, and counting.
The visor comes as it was last used by Hamilton, with tear offs still attached and comes with a Certificate Of Authenticity.