F1 » Wolff: Hamilton ‘a driving genius’


Toto Wolff has described Lewis Hamilton as “a driving genius” compared to his “precise” and “very diligent” team-mate Nico Rosberg

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rob01

June 13, 2014 11:54 AM

richard: such a genius that he could not work out to adjust his brake balance to cope with change in braking?

sounds a bit like a comment to mend someones very bruised ego.


Richie, why do you make stuff up? The brakes failed. What did you want him to cope with? A box of wrenches in the pits fixin them. Or I guess you believe that Seb could have adjusted his car the first race but he was to daft.

titfortat

June 13, 2014 12:00 PM

Lewis is probably the fastest and most aggressive driver ever, he always wins, even when his car isn't the best. He is a lot like Senna, naturally he win be as that is his hero and who he inspires to emulate.

You can never make direct comparisons across the generations, if Senna was racing today, he wouldn't be the amazing driver he was back in his day. New drivers just get better and better and they're hand picked and grown by these companies since they're little kids. Back in Senna's day it was more raw, they raced in other categories and they didn't have personal trainers and all that crap.

Alonso has this weird ability to always be there, I dunno how he does it, but he some how even puts himself in for a championship chance, even when his car was nowhere near the best. The odd thing is, he's never the fastest, he never amazes in qualifying, he doesn't really get fastest laps and he isn't a great driver to watch. However he's just always there, he some how just racks up the poi

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