Post by Bigbird Post by Sir Tim Post by keithr0
I do get the idea that there would be less hand wringing if it wasn't Lewis.
Not sure that there has been much “hand wringing” - Lewis got away
with it and that’s that. Subsequent discussion is almost certain to
take partisan lines.
...or at least one may claim that if one doesn't like anothers opinion.
I don't think you'll find I am biased against Lewis... even if I don't
think God is watching over him.
Yes, that interview with Lewis, in which he seemed slightly hysterical
(not surprising perhaps after one of his best drives), was a little
worrying and reminiscent of Ayrton Senna. I do hope that he is not going
to start believing that his success is down to divine intervention
rather than his own sublime skills (or, as many would argue, a great car).
Actually I don't think that you are biased (well, perhaps a little
against Fred ;-)) and I respect your opinion. However I do hate to see a
race decided in the stewards' room and believe that they should be
allowed a little latitude. After all they were pretty lenient on Vettel
at Baku last year.
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