Lewis Hamilton clinched a seventh World Championship and became the most successful racing driver ever with a masterful victory in the Turkish Grand Prix on Sunday.
The Mercedes driver equalled Michael Schumacher's achievement in terms of titles, after already surpassing the German's number of race wins last month.
Victory at a treacherously wet and slippery Istanbul Park track in a topsy-turvy race was the 94th of the 35-year-old Briton's career.
As he received the congratulations of his team, Hamilton was almost overcome with emotion in the car after the race, saying: "To all the kids out there, dream the impossible."
Once out of the car, he added: "Seven is just unimaginable but when you work with such a great group of people and you really trust each other, there is just no end to what can do together.
"I feel like I'm only just getting started, it's really weird."
After a year of unprecedented times and circumstances, Lewis expresses a willing desire to maintain his dominance within this exhilarating sports discipline. That hint indicates to the world , he the very focused sportsperson, is looking forward to an unimaginable 8th World title next year.