Why? You just said it yourself. You can't really argue that he didn't have the best cars too.mx_tifosi wrote:Well, when Shumi won the DC's from 2000-2004, he wasnt a rookie anymore, so lets leave him out of this.
mx_tifosi wrote:Thats why he doesnt amaze me as much as he possibly could, if he had lesser machinery and was still delivering stunning results, that would show his talent a lot better, and then probably I would be a fan.
Of course it helps a lot. I don't think anyone would expect him to finish on podium in a Spyker. Even Ferrari drivers couldn't finish on podium in a Spyker, or whoever you think is the best of the best(?).mx_tifosi wrote:I'm not doubting Hamilton's talent either, but the fact that he has one of the best cars on the grid helps him out a great deal.
So, in your opinion, why do you think he has had and is now in the best cars? The teams with best cars pretty much get to choose their drivers, don't you think they'd go for the best drivers for their best cars?And since he has had the best cars on the grid since GP2 he has always been on the podium, or been winning.
True, he hasn`t won a race, he hasn`t taken any poles,he is driving one of the two best/fastest cars, he`s so far down by 1-3 vs his teammate and they see no reason why he shouldn`t become the greatest ever...hehehehehewaynes wrote:now this is becoming a joke
"Lewis Hamilton has the potential to become Formula 1’s greatest ever driver, according to McLaren CEO Martin Whitmarsh."waynes wrote:now this is becoming a joke
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