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July 13, 2013 9:18 AM

Language is a wonderful thing. What is the difference between these two questions:

Who is the fastest F1 driver?

Who is the best F1 driver?

Is winning in F1 about driving an F1 car the fastest - or doing what you need to do (eg picking the right fights on track) and getting to the finishing line first?


July 13, 2013 9:24 AM

No, I am not a fan, per se. But I like his raw speed and I am slowly beginning to warm to his new-found calmness, maturity and intelligent interviews. Must be the Ross Brawn calming effect.


July 13, 2013 10:08 AM

Lewis is not only my favourite driver but he is the sexist driver on the grid. And he is so fast that i don't think any driver can drive like him when he is on form.

What a hunk.


July 13, 2013 1:32 PM

taipin lol that was good and yes richard i agree the press did over do exposure on lewis when he first arrived in F1 as good as he is there are another 3 or 4 who are also in that class


July 13, 2013 4:41 PM

ty . excellent! but rgt has a point with PART of his comment. " no one can drive like lulu"

quite right rgt. I have rarely seen a driver go backwards so often, or to crash into others so much. (even rogro has had less incidents). but I do agree he is consistent......4-5 th every year since 2008. he is like a metronome!


July 13, 2013 8:56 PM

Richard, Lulu has been awesome at going backwards this season. 9 races in and he's gone backwards in 7 of them! He made up one place in Malaysia thanks to Alonso's accident and only made up places in Bahrain thanks to his grid penalty. And people still go on about his natural speed and being an out and out racer, I still don't get it.

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