What I saw on Hamilton's face in post race was the realization that he is now in a slower car. I'm sure he remembers that from the Macca vs Red Bull days, and it's a nauseating feeling. Who can blame him? That, combined with the fact he can't complain or say anything really because he's had a car ridiculously faster for many many years. Being at the top when only one guy can challenge is a nice feeling, and I'm sure he's wanting it back. Who wouldn't? Nobody likes to lose a huge advantage, so his reaction is completely expected, imo.
The first lap pass sans DRS was insane. It was a complete reversal of what Merc has been doing for years now. It was surreal -- I had no idea the Ferrari update would be THAT big. Wow.
Monza and Singapore with a healthy second Ferrari equal in speed must look ominous for Hamilton and Merc -- just like what all the other drivers have felt for years now, every race.
Wow! What a change! In shock!