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@wanton anton - but there are people on here using multiple aliases. It's blatantly obvious!
Lewis is a great driver and it may turn out to be to Mclaren's detriment him leaving, but when it gets to a situation where every word a driver says, every action, is poured over and analysed to the enth degree, it starts to be to the detriment of the team, overshadowing the organisation and putting the team in a bad light. This is what happened with Kimi at Ferrari. Kimis boorish behaviour, pushing over photographers, telling Brundle live on air he'd just taken a s**t, etc might be entertaining for juvenile F1 fans but it didn't go down too well with the top brass at ferrari who felt such behaviour was putting their esteemed marque in a bad light.
Lewis, at times, over recent years has been like a surly child. Twittergates 1 & 2 only go to underline this. Maybe they figured, given the way Jenson drove last year, if they give him the right car, he can deliver a WDC without the annoying sides