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DC has been a great commentator, has great analysis skills and quick thinking. His on the spot deductions of what happens on the track are very good and sometimes I wonder if I'm watching a five second delayed race just so DC can have time to analyze a crash.
I wish BBC covered more races because Sky is missing on spot commentating accuracy. I like Brundle, but David's awareness of what is going on, on track is second to none.
I wonder if perhaps he was a bit too much of a thinking man during his career and less an attacking driver.
He's modern day F1 contemporary is, of course, Mark Webber. While DC was never the 'people's driver' him and Webber's achievements are similar.
I wish him the best of luck. I'm always a bit confused when F1 drivers move to another sport and seem to lack the skill to compete at high levels. This makes me wonder if F1 is a bit too specialized these days.