Lewis Hamilton has now arguably won all the 'classic' races on the current Formula 1 calendar following his commanding victory in Sunday's Italian Grand Prix.
If we consider the seven circuits on the schedule that have hosted 30 grands prix or more, Lewis has won everywhere: Hockenheim/Nurburgring, Monte Carlo, Montreal, Monza, Silverstone and Spa.
Among the current crop of drivers, only Michael Schumacher can boast a similar tally. Of the others, Fernando Alonso hasn't won at Spa yet, Kimi Raikkonen at Hockenheim, Monza or the Nurburgring, and Sebastian Vettel has yet to stand on the top step at Hockeneheim, Nurburgring and Montreal. Jenson Button, meanwhile, has won at just three of them: Monte Carlo, Montreal and Spa.
Of his 20 victories so far, Lewis has also now won on 15 different circuits. And his Monza triumph puts him alongside Mika Hakkinen at 13th on the all-time win list.
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