Well, but the truth is that in modern F1 it's almost everything about the car. Of course there still is rubbish drivers, but difference a bad car makes is still huge. I hope they can make some proper rule changes for next year to make driver talent more valuable. Removing TC should be one, but following another car would still be almost impossible, of course small mistakes should happen more often if you are really pushing it.
I think Lewis is more of an statistical error when you compare him to any other driver from the past. Times have changed and statistics make him look awesome. Not saying he isn't great though.
I admit laughing for the incident and shouting that cranes are banned and it's useless to wave them to get one. But I also laughed for the pure comical value and for the "Hamilton is a god" crowd. Plus, I want Räikkönen (spelling you noobs) to win the title and it's not fair he always has to be the freak incident guy, who apparently over drives the car... he is not the only one then. Jealousy has nothing to do with laughing in this case.
It was banned from the servers before Japan or this weekend I think, how ironic for Lewis "the Crane" Hamilton.
Lewis basically over drove the tires, you could see in the first stop that he had had much more worn tires than the other top guys. Of course a mistake from the team for not calling him in earlier securing second position and the title, too greedy.
Kimi's tires werent actually that bad in the end, lots of right handers just wear that paint off from the left.
Well, it was a ridiculous FIAsco, like this season. Somehow being traffic is banned, they dropped Vettel five positions today for same sort of thing. It wasn't like that in the good old day, someone might have complained he had traffic, it was normal. Oh well, I guess the qualification didn't mean that much back then.
Well, the current qualifying is bollocks anyway, don't like it because we don't know who was actually any fast. Only who where slow enough to drop out of Q3. Button was a bit of a surprise again being in top 10!
The tyre temp thingy was interesting, but they didn't really show it long enough to make any conclusions about heat cycles though. But any idea how it's made?