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Exactly...it's not a matter of negativity it's just a reaction to seeing certain people hyped up without the results to back it up. Another example is Kovalainen.
The opposite also happens sometimes, for instance with Heidfeld IMO, a guy that won everything in junior categories, either defeated or at least matched all of his teammates in F1 including the likes of Raikkonen, Massa, Kubica and Webber (when Webber was still quite good) but was never really regarded as a great driver, perhaps through lack of 'personality' (but then does DiR have any?) or maybe not matching the results of that other German guy in F1 (however unrealistic that standard is in terms of results)...
Just making the observation that DiR hasn't exactly set the world alight in F1 in his carreer so far does not have much to do with being negative I think, the numbers aren't in his favour but also subjectively if you've seen the last halve of he season last year you've seen how much better Hulkenberg really was at t