Lewis Hamilton Wins Hungarian Grand Prix
Plant-based Formula 1 athlete, Lewis Hamilton took his eighty-first win at the Hungarian Grand Prix over the weekend.
Hamilton, who qualified third, climbed two positions to take the race from provisional pole winner, Max Verstappen. Ultimately, he took the lead on the third to last lap.
The athlete took to Twitter to thank his team for their support and helping him win the race, which occurred on the same track as their first Formula 1 victory, in 2013.
This win puts Hamilton just ten wins behind Michael Schumacher, who holds the record for the most Formula 1 victories ever, at ninety-one.
Hamilton has now been eating plant based for a number of years, and his even credited his diet for improved performance.
He has also signed on as an executive producer of the documentary The Game Changers, which focuses on plant-based athletes and will debut at select theaters next month.
Also featured in the film will be athletes such as tennis star Novak Djokovic, NBA pro Chris Paul, surfer Tia Blanco, and track star Morgan Mitchell.
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