apexcontrol wrote: ↑
Sun Jul 29, 2018 11:37 pm
PlatinumZealot wrote: ↑
Sun Jul 29, 2018 11:16 pm
I think Hamilton has safely surpassed Schumacher in driving mastery. Not sure about the other qualities though . Every driver is different and Schumacher certainly was a very sifferent kind of driver out of the car.
I did not watch Senna live.. But assuming he is as good as people say my top list is 1 Senna.. 2 Hamilton...
Hamilton will be top if he can destroy the next top driver in the same car again. I would like to have Vettel and maybe Daniel (for breakfast) but of the young boys.. Max and maybe leclerc might be a good fight.
I do not share that same vision. Most of hamiltons teammates where not good by any means and he stil lost to some of them.
The pole record i do not give it to him ill see it as a courtesy of mercedes by giving him 4years kwalimode advantage
And bad team mates.
Sure he is good. But merc is key here
Not impressed by them both. And there strange behaviour especially hami does not know how the behave inside and outside the car.. and i wonder why is he so childish and needs so much confirmation
Lets hope future drivers will not learn the same antics
lol... not good teammates? the only one was maybe kovalainen, but alonso, button and rosberg all world champions.
say what you want about button and the brawn double diffuser but he was the modern day prost, he could've won another or multiple championship in a redbull or the merc. mclaren was just to inconsistent form 2010-2012 to make a real run and "one" of the reasons why they lost lewis in 2012.
rosberg i have to admit i didn't think he was going to be able to match lewis, but he did from 2014-2016, and whether it was data sharing, class leading cars, studious, he was always there 90% of the saturdays and sundays. unlike bottas that needs help on sundays race pace.
alonso... enough said. say what you want but the guy can drive and F1 would be so much better if he was in a competitive car.
id like to see a kart championship at the end of the season, 3 races in 3 different tracks between all the current drivers.