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Ok, read this tweet quickly, as I will be asked to take it down soon. My Infiniti G37's coefficient of drag is.... (need to check the manual)
Seriously, what was Lewis thinking. He's on record as saying the decision was one he supported, and then he does this. I understand his frustration, but this will NOT help his contract negotiation. In fact, it might be the most expensive tweet ver made.
And by now he should know that, when the car is perfect, Jenson is unbeatable, but that doesn't happen all that frequently and Lewis just needs to learn and go in and dominate Monza.
He has improved his PR skills dramatically, but he still has a ways to go.
Oh, and the coefficient of drag is .29. Damn. Now BMW knows.