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Has everyone forgotten that Lewis ended up copying Jensons set up last season? So my question is this ...
Why would you do that if you were faster? One lap pace is important in quali only, too many variables we don't know, aero set up, tyres, fuel, temperature, I could go on, but race pace is completely different. I'm not saying he's slow, or Jenson is faster, just that although we can see better quali performance, on a percentage scale, Lewis doesn't carry that through to similar race advantage, fgranted, Lewis "tends to be" faster over a single lap, but lets cut it another way ... has Lewis translated that into 55, 60 or 70 laps in a race? ...
Please. before anyone gets on their high horse, Lewis is damn quick, no doubt, I love his speed, and Im warming pretty quickly to him, but the majority of posts come from people who have latched on to certain commentators comments, such as the radio messages, but you need to a much wider perspective when looking at some of the points we are