I don't get your figures, but nevermind.
If you insist on Hamiltons error being somehow of a lesser kind than Alonsos, well, lots of posters are desperate to agree with you.
Not me, but maybe supporting Alonso somehow prevents me from recognizing the beauty of Lewis' mistakes...;)
Well, let's put the difference next to each other then:Hamilton <-> Alonso
sliding off track <-> crashing
wrong track conditions for the tyres <-> riding over the wet kerbs (rookie mistake)
at the front <-> in the mid-pack
on slicks <-> on intermediates
I can see a difference between sliding off track
because the track conditions
aren't suited to the tyres, while you are driving at the front
(first to arrive at all the now wet corners) and on slicks
, compared to crashing
you're car because you drove massively over the wet kerbs
, while driving in the mid-pack
and being on the right tyres
Not to mention telling that rain will be good for his race.
Edited by F.M., 31 August 2010 - 15:59.