LCH HITS A GRAND SLAM IN CHINA
The Mercedes ace notched up the landmark achievement by taking pole position, leading from start to finish, and setting the fastest lap.
Ironically, the Brit did that on lap 44, in car number 44 — which is his lucky racing number.
Hamilton’s victory in Shanghai was his fifth in 10 years at the track and drew him level with Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in the championship after the German’s win in Melbourne.
Hamilton said: “It has been a dominant weekend. It has been remarkable that this is my 10th year here and I have had six poles and five wins.
“I have a great record he and I have been very fortunate to work with some intelligent and hard-working people who have helped elevate me to the top step.
“This is a track that suits my driving style, whether it is in the wet or the dry and I am really happy with how I performed today.
“The strategist made the right decision in terms of coming in for tyres and the guys in the garage did a fantastic job with the stops, so it was a very on-point weekend.”