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MrQwerty

June 11, 2012 10:48 PM

F1 » Dennis hints at need for 'balance' in Hamilton contract talks


@ Taipan I define it as a mixture of flat out qualifying speed and performance peaks that are higher than anyone else's. I think Hamilton would shade Vettel in qualifying in the same car, he destroys Button and Button is quick. Vettel is smarter, as is Alonso and I would rate Alonso as the world's best, but Hamilton as slightly quicker. I find it difficult to seperate Prost and Senna, but in cars that were to their liking I would give the slight edge to Prost over a whole season.

MrQwerty

June 11, 2012 10:31 PM

F1 » Dennis hints at need for 'balance' in Hamilton contract talks


@ richard Senna's driving was not "streets ahead of Hamilton". It wasn't streets ahead of Berger, though he was comfortably quicker, and I'm pretty sure Hamilton would have beaten Berger. Of course it would be silly to say that Hamilton would have beaten Senna head to head, but he would've given him a run for his money from time to time. Senna didn't dominate F1, not in terms of driving. He dominated in terms of personality but as a driver there are parralels with Hamilton. Lewis is, in my opinion, the fastest driver of this generation, just as Senna was with his. Whether either was the best of their generation is up for debate.

MrQwerty

June 11, 2012 9:35 PM

F1 » Dennis hints at need for 'balance' in Hamilton contract talks


@ richard If Senna was as far ahead as many try to make out then Hamilton wouldn't be in F1, there is not a huge difference between those at the top and those in the middle. This generation is every bit as good as the late 1980's and early 1990's, a time period that Senna didn't exactly dominate. He doesn't access his talent as often as Senna but it's there.

MrQwerty

June 11, 2012 8:50 PM

F1 » Dennis hints at need for 'balance' in Hamilton contract talks


In terms of raw talent, Hamilton can be mentioned in the same breath as Senna. Senna was human, he was lightning quick, but so is Lewis. Hamilton doesn't have his aura, but no living driver can compete with the legend of drivers such as Senna and Villeneuve. I think Lewis will stay. He's emotionally driven, and he'll be on a high now. I think Lewis will win or come very close to the title, and he'd be a fool to go into a team built around Vettel or Alonso.

MrQwerty

June 10, 2012 9:44 PM

F1 » Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal - Race results


@ richard and Liam I think it's a psychological thing for Jenson. He's not happy with the car, so in his head small issues are magnified. When he's got a car he's happy with he'll fly, but he's not as good in a poor car as Alonso, Hamilton and Vettel. For proof, in 2009 he destroyed Barrichello at the beginning of the year, but when the Brawn dropped off Barrichello outdid him.


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