#HiFive! The Silver Arrows are double champions once more! Five consecutive times to be precise. Lewis Hamilton's victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix ensured the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport Team retained the Formula One constructors' title for a fifth year in succession.
What’s more Lewis's victory and Valtteri Bottas's fifth place in São Paulo means the Silver Arrows continue to dominate the sport in the turbo-hybrid era. Incredibly, this was also Lewis's 50th victory in 99 races since the turbo charged engines were introduced in 2014.
Lewis, who won his fifth drivers' championship last time out at the Mexican Grand Prix, celebrated with his engineers and mechanics straight after returning to the pits after the 72 lap race; calling the achievement one of the best moments of his glittering F1 career with the Brackley-based team.