Formula One great Niki Lauda believes Britain's Lewis Hamilton could become unbeatable after securing back-to-back wins in Germany and Britain.
Hamilton, who went to Germany locked in a three-way tie at the top of the drivers' standings, has now built a four-point lead in the championship.
"He gave an outstanding performance," said the three-time F1 champion.
"It was a great race from him in Germany and if If he continues like this, he will be unbeatable."
Lauda has been critical of Hamilton in the past, notably for his error-prone start to this season, and for wasting his chance to win the championship last year.
But after two breathtaking pieces of overtaking at Hockenheim at the weekend and his consummate performance in the wet at Silverstone a fortnight ago, Lauda compared the Englishman to the iconic former world champion Ayrton Senna. BBC Sport Review...
This is awesome in a way, cos he is a standout driver in F1 at the minute...
I am starting to get a bit tired of Lewis Mania. Its great for Motorsport, especially in Britain, but Im starting to get pissed off with people who dont like racing, or have never watched F1 on tv before, suddenly loving the Sport, and more importantly Lewis Hamilton...
Our country is full of people who jump on the bandwagon... Just cos we do well at Tennis, doesnt make me suddenly watch Wimbledon !!!!