F1 » 'It's not in Lewis' instinct to play a percentage game'


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....perhaps it should be.... World class drivers/racers/riders are not just fast but also clever. They know when to push and when not to. They take risks but they are, more often than not, calculated. Everyone makes mistakes but if you don't learn from them and keep making them then serious questions have to be asked. After all it could cost him/McLaren the championship. Perhaps this is a failing in McLaren's management in not instilling an element of risk analysis. Don't get me wrong, don't cut out the speed and aggression but focus that to right time, right pace. I've never been a huge Hamilton fan, especially at the beginning, but I have warmed to him. Would be a real shame if a lack of mental control/strength had an effect on his legacy.



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