Or more likely just 'thanks for letting me by easily, seen as I'm in a bit of a struggle for a podium here'Manoah2u wrote: ↑Wed May 26, 2021 2:37 pmWhat i think was most interesting about that is that i feel like Lando isn't as 'confident' as he acts to be.
He has recently not been making too many friends with his comments on Daniel. That discussion aside, he's trying to make a point somehow.
I don't know when he lapped Daniel what that gesture meant. It looks to me like a bit of a low 'below the belt' d*ck move.
Norris hasn't been proving to be a character that feels and genuinly cares for anybody but himself, so i very much doubt he was 'greeting' Daniel in a way that he felt sorry for him.
So it's especially interesting to see Carlos, who raced alongside him, asserting his dominance on him and p*ssing on his parade.
And just as you discuss it...jjn9128 wrote: ↑Mon May 24, 2021 11:35 am
He's in a dominate car by pure luck and because Dietrich awarded Webber with on more yearPlatinumZealot wrote: ↑Wed May 26, 2021 12:18 pmThat's formula 1. The greats deserve the best cars. In feudal Japan only the best swords found the best samurai. Imagine a weak Samurai with a great sword? That sword would be snatched from him in no time! This is also why Lewis' long tenure of 9 years in that Mercedes seat, like a king holding his throne, is also a testament to greatness. George, Carlos, Leclerc, Lando and Max can only dream of ever displacing Lewis there. Lewis has to either become senile (in driving terms) or retire from the seat. The team loves him and want him there.