like Massa and Webber.
Have no idea what you're talking about.
Fully agree with you. He's got to be up there soon, but my main point is that it's only been 2 races and he hasn't been too shabby either. There seems to be a very polarised view - either he's as strong as Lewis or he's considered a failure. That's very unfair in my opinion.
Well you said we haven't seen what he can do in a poor car, but you're acting like he's been at Mclaren his whole life. Would you consider the Saubers of the past two years to be great cars? They've had their moments, sure, but they've still only been 7th and 6th in the WCC the past two years respectively. I think he's done his 'apprenticeship' in lesser cars already so we know exactly what he can do in them.
I dont think anybody was ever thinking he's the next Lewis Hamilton, either. I think some Mclaren fans may just desire that Lewis' replacement at least better better-than-mediocre, which I think is a reasonable expectation. So far, Perez isn't acheiving that, but there's still time to prove himself yet.
Yep that is a good question, he is leading equal with Button at the moment, how come this is reflecting badly on Perez but is okay for Button?
Button was set for a solid 5th place last race before the pit trouble. To pretend they've been equal is intellectually dishonest and you know it.
Edited by Seanspeed, 06 April 2013 - 15:51.