lebesset wrote:btw , who's jim clarke ? I see jim clark as the greatest driver who ever lived , so at a guess.....[ my wife was a clarke so I am sensitive to that E ]
DEVO wrote:I was a fan of JB back during his William debut but then came Brawn and it seemed he was trying to throw away a championship. It was only his move to McLaren that made me realize how great of a driver he is. Taking it to Lewis in Lewis's own team is no easy feet.
Dann wrote:His current team mate looked very dejected & sombre on the podium. LH should learn to hide disappointment infront of the camera. He looked very down when beaten by his team mate and continued to show it during post-race interview. Afterall, it's only the first race.
JB didn't behave like that when he was beaten by him.
3 - Intelligence
Now that Jenson has got the team on his side, and has a car under him which best suits his driving style, the out and out one lap speed between Hamilton and Jenson is going to be much lower. Jensons race craft is much better than Lewis', and Jenson has been vocal of his opinion that he is a better racer than Lewis ever since he joined Mclaren. Lewis has been going from one mistake to another, and instead of looking at his race craft, and the decisions he has been making in the past year of racing he has been looking instead to pointing the blame at a lack of 'bubble' rather than his own split second decisions in the drivers seat - I'm getting annoyed hearing this from Lewis along with the childish sulking he openly displays and I am sure his team are too. Jensons many years spent in cars that have been poor or not suited his particular driving style has mean that he has had to rely on his racing intelligence to bring him points and victories. Lewis if anything has relied too much on his own natural talent, and has underachieved because he has neglected how to win a race using strategy.
Well there you have it.
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