True, Hamilton only won 1 race in 2004 Euro F3 finishing 5th, but he won 15 out of 20 races (75% win rate) in 2005 and won the series.Wass85 wrote: ↑Wed Sep 16, 2020 3:15 pmAre you for real? Are you actually trying to say 5th is now better than 3rd?NathanOlder wrote: ↑Wed Sep 16, 2020 3:03 pmExcuse me..... Sorry, I nearly fell off my chair. Am I reading this right ? Max Verstappens 3rd place finish in Euro F3 , is BETTER than Hamilon winning Formula Renault UK, Euro F3, and the GP2 world championship ?? What planet are you from!?
Your comment of "came nowhere in Formula Renault and Euro F3" is a little odd Lewis finished 5th and 3rd in those debut season, and thats classed as 'nowhere'. Max finished 3rd in his debut season, and thats classed as better! What ever you've had, I'd love to have some too please! Come on man, be serious for 1 minute.
Max was clearly the best driver in F3 but lost out on the title due to retiring 8 times whilst Ocon only retired 3 times.
Max also won 10 races whilst Hamilton only won 1, big difference there don't you think?
Your fanaticism is clouding your judgement buddy.
Max's 10 wins were in a series of 33 races (30% win rate) which got him 3rd place in the series.
You know, just to be factual rather than fanatical.
Interestingly, Hamilton junior series results (2002 Renault UK - 3rd, 2003 Renault UK - 1st, 2004 F3 - 5th, 2005 F3 - 1st) were a precursor of his early F1 results (2007 - 2nd, 2008 - 1st). Always took a season getting in to it, then won it the next year. GP2 was the only outlier which he won in his only attempt in 2006.