Lewis Hamilton has won his second Grand Prix - just a week after claiming his first win in Canada. He's only taken part in seven races. What a start to his career!
The English driver, who was born on 7 January 1985, started driving for Formula One team McLaren on 18 March 2007.
His first F1 race was against Australia and he came third.
Here's Lewis with his dad Anthony. Lewis dedicated his first F1 win to his dad, saying he made his success possible.
Lewis, who was born in Stevenage, started karting at the age of eight. He became a champion at the age of 10 - long before he was driving cars like this for McLaren!
Aged 13, Lewis joined McLaren's Driver Development Support programme. It included a possibility of becoming a F1 driver, making him the youngest driver ever to have an F1 contract.
Then, in September 2006, Lewis clinched the GP2 World Championship. The GP2 is for up-and-coming drivers and the cars they drive are less powerful than in F1.
Lots of experts have said Hamilton will one day be a F1 champion - and if his record-breaking start is anything to go by, they might be right!