No, rather i am saying that both the car and the driver are part of the equation. What Michael has to do is to adapt and to be successful he needs to adapt faster than the rest.
Lets see how he does on Sunday!
And on the 7wdc, I bet he would cash in a handful of those just to be on top again this his final season.
If you say this, I guess you don't understand how 2012 tyre/car/driver combination work. His adaptation will make tyre window bigger? It depend much more from the car than the driver. Much more from tyre engineer that the driver. Lets stop with tyres here. It is tyres,tyres,tyres everywhere. On Sky commentators say that tyres are 90% of car/tyre/driver combo. Do the math.
Yeah, let see Sunday race.
If he does not enjoy racing by managing the Pirellis, then maybe it's time to quit....
Yeah, because from now on Pirelli will say what will happen in F1??? I doubt there is many drivers enjoying 2012 Pirellis. What they say in public is different thing.
LH:"It is a little bit frustrating, as you do not have as much fun in the car as you want to have."
JB: "I think our car aerodynamically is strong and mechanically it's not too bad either but sometimes it doesn't seem to click and that must be the four things that are touching the circuit."
But, I am sure you know more than drivers. And who think about their joy, it is important what viewers want. The people who don't see difference between F1 and Moto GP.
Edited by ivand911, 11 May 2012 - 19:05.