McLaren's Lewis Hamilton set the record at the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday for becoming the driver to start the most Grand Prix for just one team.
The record was previously held by Jim Clark, who drove in 72 races for Lotus prior to his death in 1968.
Hamilton, who is now entering his fifth season in Formula One has now raced in 73 Grand Prix for the Woking-based McLaren team.
The 26-year-old former World Champion said that he felt "very humble" to have surpassed Clark's record.
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