The mind-boggling milestones continue for Lewis. In Australia, he led his 100th F1 race and victory in China made 2017 his 11th consecutive season with a Grand Prix win - putting him second in the all-time list, behind only the great Michael Schumacher (15).
He also became the only driver to win at least one race in every single F1 season they've entered, which is a pretty staggering fact! In Bahrain, he moved ahead of Alain Prost into second on the list of podium finishes, and is now well clear on 117.
In Canada, he matched his hero Ayrton Senna's number of pole positions with 65 - a very emotional moment for him. He went on to beat Michael Schumacher's record in Italy and is now clear at the top of the table on 72.
Lewis made his 200th start in Belgium and won the race, which only three other drivers have done (Schumacher, Jenson Button and Nico Rosberg). A surprise victory in Singapore was the 60th of his career, and pole in Malaysia was his 70th.