2017-07-13 18:33:49 UTC
Does a driver have the right to keep criticizing the team for its issues/weaknesses, subtly give threat or tantrums of moving out, drive for another racing series (undoubtedly he performed well & smoked the grid) and while getting paid handsomely for the contract and the team continues to take the blame for the lack of the car or engines, assuming driver doesn't believe he is part of the team which develops car/engines and can blame them every race
Does a driver, who undoubtedly is one of the best drivers on the F1 grid in terms of his talent, deserve a top drive season on season. Can the F1 paddock afford to have perhaps one of the best talent suffering in poor car or winless for so long (10 seasons without a WDC!) that it starts affecting his game, patience and the love of the sport. Should all teams align and respect the driver for his talent and create a position where his talent can do justice to the car and his rivals?
Don't know. What do you all think?