All drivers are running their own races, they can't sacrifice it to make life easy for the front runners. Put Hamilton or Vettel or the like in a backmarking car at one of the hardest tracks to get out of the way on and see how they like it. And it's nice to see a driver sticking up for himself instead of all the PR talk.
When drivers are about to be lapped they have to ruin their own race for a moment, as they are obliged to let cars on lead lap through. Maybe it's not what they want, but that's what regulations say and they have to deal with oi, otherwise they will be penalised, as they were in Abu Dhabi.
Oh, and I remember in 2009 Lewis was lapped in few races and he was causing no problems, even when he was fighting with other drivers.
Sorry, I meant typical troll.
He is a nutter. A fast nutter nonetheless!! And he's improving his consistency. Soon he'll be a fast consistent nutter.
The nutter part is not going away though. Not necessarily a bad thing.
Yep, but I'm afraid he can cause very nasty accident and we saw a glimpse of that at Spa. As Martin Haven said back in 2009. there are two versions of Pastor. Good version - fast and consistent, and bad one - making stupid mistakes, having brainfades and being very dangerous to other drivers.
Actually I think by far the worst stunt, and the one that could have put his license under review, by Maldonado or any one for that matter in years was what seemed like intentionally driving into Hamilton at Spa after the session was over.
This. Given his shameful history in lower categories, if I was steward, he wouldn't start Belgian GP and his license would be temporary for the rest of the season, in case he can pull it off again. But money rules the world, so...