I wasnt saying that at all. I was simply saying that different drivers find different things comfortable, in Juans case, he went slower with the faster front wing, because he wasn't comfortable with it, even with the front wing that asn't as fast as the 'optimal' he was faster than he would have been with the same wing as Kimi. All comes back to driver confidence. There would have been more cases than just this one over the year. One thinks back to Nick Heidfeld and mark Webber in 2005 at Silverstone I believe it was, or it could have been Magny-Course, Williams brought a B-spec car that was faster, but Heidfeld hated it so he used the car from the earlier part of the season whereas Mark used the B-spec car.
Well I got in this circle! At least I do understand what you are saying and what I am... haha.
You can feel comfortale in a race car in different reasons as the racer, while being actually comfortable will never be the case you know what I mean.
1. You can drive a car easier than other cars. Easines given priolity in driving.
2. You feel comfortablebecause you know you can go quicker. Quick time given prioloty.
I guess both Kimi and Montoya follows 2, where they have to work a lot to run slightly difficult car but the one that makes a better lap time.