Jake interpreted Lewis to mean that Seb was boring F1 fans to death. He disagrees with that - many do, like myself. From that standpoint, the teams need to get on it and catch up - and that includes the drivers. So I agree with Jake.
However, Lewis may have simply meant that a mix of different drivers winning over the season (i.e., 2010 or 2012) is interesting, but dominance is boring for some fans - not that RBR and Seb are culpable for anything. Which is true - as long as he meant SOME fans because that would not include me. I agree some years are a bit more entertaining, there is more icing on the cake - but for me, there is always cake and I enjoy every single season.
Still, if Lewis was not condemning Red Bull and merely speaking for some fans, acknowledging their boredom, one must ask why? He himself said a bit ago that he was never bored and loved the sport. So perhaps it would behoove him to explain to those bored fans why he loves it and how they might better enjoy the sport during dominating years - rather than simply stating that some fans are probably bored because his family was.
For example, in yesterdays race, dominated by Seb, the race director showed Seb for about 2-3 minutes of the entire 2 hours and spent the rest of the time showing the exciting racing behind. Some might shallowly declare that it is only exciting if the race for 1st is on, but since that is so very rare, I would call them on any such claim. Did Hamilton believe that all of the shots with him battling Alonso, Hulkenberg and Rosberg were boring? Watching Kimi surge to 2nd from 9th was boring? Watching Alonso try to get ahead was boring? Watching that 5 way battle for points was boring? What about Rosberg trying to take Hamilton and sparks flying, putting his effort to naught? Or Sutil overdoing it and causing a Red Bull blaze? All of that Boring? I think not.
Hamilton could have explained the excitement of watching the race which rarely shows any protagonists of dominance since these days, much more is going on behind the leaders and that is shown.
To be fair to Jake, Hamilton's comments do call into question his motive. I mean, he knows how exciting yesterday's race is, he was a part of it. He also knows that the race director never shows the leader going around the track while ignoring the excitement behind. So one might expect Hamilton to speak up on behalf of the sport and the exciting racing rather than commiserate with the fans who seem to feel that unless their race predictions are continuously proven wrong, they cannot enjoy the sport.