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Indy said it all in his post. And I hear what Locks is saying. The trouble with richard's position (and Vettel/Horner's by default) is the insinuation inherent in their analysis. There is an unspoken insinuation that Narain was at fault for Vettel not winning the race. They are 'implying' it was Narain's fault, but just not coming out and saying so in a direct way. Call it their frustration, analysis or whatever you want, but they are 'implying' it was Narain's fault, using words like 'Vettel was held up'...as if it was intentional on Narain's part.
And there lies the disingenuous nature of their argument - and why some are calling richard a fanboy.