I spend WAY too much time reading different F1 news and am every now and again striken by the bias in articles. This can be seen in reports of races, about transfers and so on. Usually this is adjectives or extra comments on what's happened. Ofcourse my favorite is Andrew Benson
For example the car/win:
Vettel wins a race because he has the best car
Alonso masterfully wins a race, in a dog of a car showing his the most complete driver
Webber wins a race despite RB working against him and giving him a worse car
Hamilton drags a car to a win despite its deficiensy
Rosberg gets a win because luck and special cirkumstances
Räikkönen gets a win because the car is good on tires
Button wins because his a strategic mastermind
And so on...
An example of AB's article about Ricciardo getting the Red Bull seat and why Kimi didn't:
"Raikkonen is a proven winner but was demanding a bigger salary than the Australian (money hardly was an issue for RB as they said them selves), might have (so now he starts guessing after unsubstantiated claim) been less compliant if asked to support Vettel (not remembering Kimi helped Massa) and the team had questions over his willingness to work hard on the technicalities of F1 (a guess again)."
Different journalists have different bias and it would be interresting to discuss who has what and how it is seen. This isn't about driverbashing but about how journalists in different countrys by added comments and perceptions paint drivers in different light