As the record-holder of the most Grand Prix victories in the history of the sport, it's no surprise that Hamilton has also won at the highest number of venues.
Since claiming his very first win, 15 years ago, at the 2007 Canadian Grand Prix, Hamilton has added a further 102 Grand Prix victories to his tally at the time of writing.
With 103 wins under his belt, these have come at a huge selection of Formula 1's most prestigious venues.
It's perhaps fitting that the circuit at which he claimed his first win, the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, is one of his most successful – Hamilton has won at Ile Notre Dame on seven different occasions.
But there are two tracks at which Hamilton has claimed his highest number of victories, tying with Michael Schumacher on eights wins.
Schumacher won at Magny-Cours in France on eight different occasions, while Hamilton has won his home race at Silverstone and at Budapest's Hungaroring eight times to match that record.
Below is the full list of Hamilton's wins for each circuit.
Lewis Hamilton victories in F1 by circuit
|5||Yas Marina, Abu Dhabi|
|4||Marina Bay, Singapore|
|3||Monte Carlo, Monaco|
|2||Paul Ricard, France|
|2||Mexico City, Mexico|
|1||Jeddah, Saudi Arabia|
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