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Lewis Hamilton set himself on a path to Formula 1 when he introduced himself to McLaren team boss Ron Dennis at an award ceremony in 1995. The nine-year-old walked up to Dennis, asked for his autograph and said: “Hi. I’m Lewis Hamilton. I won the British championship, and I want to be racing your cars one day.”
It earned Hamilton the patronage and support of one of the top Formula One teams, which, 13 years later, resulted in an F1 drive. Hamilton went on to equal and then outstrip the achievement of his hero Ayrton Senna, a former McLaren driver, by winning three championship titles.
Before that, there was the small matter of graduating through the lower echelons of motorsport, which Hamilton achieved with some astonishing successes.