You better learn to read properly. I as well stated, that Lewis had a mature drive today and that he has a clean season. But (and that's what makes me mad): He is not the F1 Superhero his Fans and the british media try to make him. He has shortcomings in his personality that prevented him up until now, to maximise his potential. Other drivers (past¤t) are much better in that aspect - getting all out of themselves. Hamilton doesn't, and I personally think that's a shame. He ist wastin' his talents a bit. This season, he finally seems to have understood, what matters (except stupid things like twittering telemetry data). But obviously, in Suzuka, he made a mistake. It's the driver who decides in the end, where to go with the setup. That's a fact in karting already. The driver tells the engineer, what he wants.
So, yes I found a fault by Lewis - and quite a significant one, looking at the stage of the championship. And I as well appreciated, how he coped with his mistake in the race. So my view is not so one sided as you pretend.
Well I cannot be agree with you. Why you say that? What are the proves? Imo he gave his best but he was not enough because there are other drivers and teams better (whom maybe doesn´t gave his best either... who knows?), and he can answer about his mistakes (setup or a simple mistake on his flying lap), but there are 90% of other things out of his control and that´s why you can have a wrong image.
Agree with you about the setup. Considering he has been driving the fastest car of the grid (overall), he made some mistakes choosing the setup at Spa and at Suzuka and also on qualy. on his flying lap.