I think that was probably me.
I have a new observation that the people who most like the little yellow faces are those least able to follow a logical train of thought. Haven't seen you use the little one with the question marks for hair yet. Here, maybe this'll help.
Awful driving from Schumacher yesterday and a reminder why most will never consider him a SPORTING great (hint, the emphasis is important).
Hamilton got away with murder at Monaco this year, he was basically ramming through, especially on Maldenaldo, that wasn't overtaking, that was road rage.
I like Hamilton and despite alot of questionable moves and decisions, his Spa race bascially ended because he did what Schumacher did at Monza lol, go back on his racing line.
Before Schumacher came back into f1, Hamilton always said that Schumacher was the driver he wanted to race against, and that even included Senna, and now he's raced with him, he'll value that Monza race more then many would believe in the years ahead, even Alonso knows and recently talked about Schumaher's 20th anniversary, that it was Alonso's on track tusssles with Schumacher, that will largely be remembered, Hamilton knows the same, and so does Schumacher, clearly enjoyed racing with a fellow racer on a level that isn't possible with most other drivers.
Senna in the early 90s, showed a very tight line, giving Schumacher little room, Schumacher went off, Schumacher learnt from tactics there, and who's Hamilton's idol anyway-Senna.
Hamilton is enjoying this, but he won't admit it straight out, because every word has a political/cause-effect reasons, but believe me, years from now, these are the tusscles everyone will value. The Schumacher/Alonso Imola 2005/2006 moments, immortalised among other moments by fans worldwide.
This is a great era of f1 racing, with perhaps the best combination of drivers, with rules changes that have given a rebirth of making almost every gp a event, I haven't seen one boring race this year, this is awesome, and Hamilton has played a important role in it even without winning a title/, that's what f1 is about sometimes, those on track racing moments, rather then adding up the championship points.
Edited by SeanValen, 12 September 2011 - 23:37.