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Look, everyone knows I am Hamilton's biggest fan, but to be honest, the last part of the year I have been warming to him, and no one can deny that his race in Austin was by far the best performance of any driver throughout the season, and if I'm being totally honest, throughout quite a few seasons! ...
I also think he is finding his decision is allowing him to act more as a race driver instead of a marketing geek for McLaren and their sponsors, its clear in his approach, in his more relaxed attitude, and like Massa, when the pressure value was released his driving vastly improved... that race in Texas really was a champions drive ... and it doesnt annoy me to say that any more.
Look, my point is this, we can dislike who we want too, but its easier to enjoy the race craft of a guy like Lewis when you appreciate just how fast (different from being the best) he really is.
I still think he'll have problems at Merc, Brawn et al have so much work to do, and regardless, I don't think Lewi