Lewis Hamilton: Ranking his 7 F1 world titles from 2008 to 2020

While World Titles are like your children and you cannot pick the favorite, we have given it a try.

From the comeback in 2018 to a record 7th in 2020, here are his worst to best...

7. 2015 - Third F1 Title

While he was imperious all throughout, he let his foot off the gas towards the end and his rival Nico Rosberg carried the winning momentum to clinch the 2016 title.

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6. 2019 - Sixth F1 Title

He famously won the 2019 Monaco GP on worn-out tires. Aside from that, there was no real threat in sight.

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5. 2014 - Second F1 Title

After a record gap of 6 seasons, he kick-started Mercedes' dominant era by becoming a multiple world champion.

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4. 2020 - Seventh F1 Title

Although there was no real threat to his chances, the reason it is higher on this list is because Hamilton drove a flawless season, culminated by the masterful win in Turkey.

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3. 2017 - Fourth F1 Title

Redemption for the Briton after the bitter disappointment of 2016. He recovered from his early-season struggles to win the title.

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2. 2008 - First F1 Title

There is no feeling like the one you have winning your first-ever championship. Dramatically, he snatched the title from the jaws of Massa at the 3rd last corner.

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1. 2018 - Fifth F1 Title

He was not meant to win this championship. It had Vettel's name written all over it. However, he won from the back of the grid in Germany and never looked back from there.

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