ernos5 wrote:Well why are there so many threads against LH?
Obviously people hate him, and some people would like to discuss why and his disgraceful driving.
PNSD wrote:As the OP said, this isnt a hate message, and regarding the posts about the pitlane incident, again the OP has focused on the season so far rather than one incident.
I dont think desperate is the word, and I think he knows that depsite being 2 wins behind Jenson and behind in the points table he knows the reasons why it wasnt him who won in which races, and thats the important thing. I dont think he is desperate and out to prove a point, I think Lewis is being Lewis. Love him or hate him he is what he is, and what he is, is a raw racer with little compramise. Sometimes that means being blind to the whole picture and only taking a race for the current lap rather than looking at the race as a whole.
Under normal circumstances, ie a boring race, the approach Lewis takes is a good approach, he just drives flat out constantly. However for a race such as today where the driver really needed to think about what to do and when, Jenson quickly gains the edge. I think regardless of team-mate for Lewis, this season would have played out no different. He will know that once back in Europe, and back to standard races Button will not have the edge it seemingly looks like he currently has. The two will matched though, and I think a race could as easily swing towards Lewis as it could toward Button. We certainly have an interested season ahead.
Entrance to the pit lane
a) The section of track leading to the pit lane shall be referred to as the “pit entry”.
b) During competition access to the pit lane is allowed only through the pit entry.
c) Any driver intending to leave the track or to enter the pit lane should make sure that it is safe to do so.
d) Except in cases of force majeure (accepted as such by the Stewards of the Meeting), the crossing, in any direction, of the line separating the pit entry and the track is prohibited.
Giblet wrote:Sure, I guess.
I read your post, unlike your assumption. I don't think the same way as you however that it needs a new thread.
The blocking move has been debated at length. Many feel it was just breaking a tow, many feel it wasn't.
Many think his comments were unwarranted lambasting his teams tire choice. This has also been discussed at length.
A large group also think today he made some uncompromising moves that could be construed as dangerous, also discussed openly and often all over the board.
Many think he needs a manager asap to curb his enthusiasm, another topic already discussed at length.
So I ask you, why does this need to be rehashed over and over, in yet another thread?
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