I don’t think Ferrari are favouring LeClerc, but I do think that the car suits his style more that Vettel. That along with a ‘can’t be arsed’ attitude of a driver that has been sacked.
Knibbsworth wrote:GreenThing wrote: Would they have kept Lewis out on bald tyres is Stroll hadn’t struggled on new tyres after his pitstop? Probably not.
They told him to come in and change, but he told them no.
Dan Ellard wrote: Its funny because the haters were laughing on Saturday saying how the rain levels the playing field and that Hamilton was nowhere (funny in itself given that this was the first wet qualifying session where Hamilton DIDN'T take pole since USA 2015).
Sunday was a case study in wet weather dominance. Even despite being stuck behind Vettel for ages, he still won the race by an absolute postcode. He's the best driver in the field and I just can't fathom why so many people don't get it. I think Max could be a match for him in the dry just about. But no one can match him in the wet.
Is he the greatest of all time? I don't know - too many unknown variables. But is he one of the all time greats? Absolutely without doubt.
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