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Overwhelmed, almost tearful, Lewis Hamilton said on Saturday night that he was “shaken and speechless” at receiving a race helmet worn by his idol Ayrton Senna in tribute to his emulation of the Brazilian’s 65 pole positions. The gift, bestowed by Senna’s family moments after he had delivered the fastest lap ever seen here at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, moved him so profoundly that he claimed it meant more than any of his vast collection of trophies.

“I didn’t actually possess any of Ayrton’s artefacts,” Hamilton explained. “For his family to send me this is more special than anything else I have. I am just honoured to be honoured by them.”

The vivid yellow helmet, worn by Senna at Silverstone in 1987 in his Lotus phase, was his reward for an essentially faultless display on Montreal’s Île Notre-Dame, as he produced what he called a “sexy lap” to eclipse title rival Sebastian Vettel by over three tenths.

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton pulled all stops to produce a brilliant Canadian GP Qualifying performance to edge Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel to pole position and in the process, equalled his idol Ayrton Senna’s career pole total. The Briton, who made his F1 debut in this circuit, moved level with Senna’s haul of 65 poles in the F1 hall of fame.

Hamilton had a wonderful time where he broke the all-time lap record twice before finishing qualifying with a stunning final lap of 1:11.459s edging Vettel to pole in what was an exciting race from the top two in the GP rankings. The championship’s leaders were a step above their teammates, with third-fastest Valtteri Bottas and fourth-placed Kimi Raikkonen, finishing the race in the final two spots. Hamilton also matched Michael Schumacher’s record of six Montreal poles, making it a race to remember for the Mercedes man.