OK, point taken.
To everyone who still reads my posts and feels offended by the nationalists comment within my post.
My remark "Maybe something typical British", which intended with some sarcasm and is based on only based on the drama queen behaviour of two British drivers of then and now is indeed uncalled for given the fact that in between those two drivers there have been a number of other British drivers have participated in F1 and not acted like the world being against them in case of a disappointment to cope with.
It just happened that the two drivers who I, right now do remember the best of all for such behaviour are indeed British. Had this not been the case and them have been of different nationalities I would not have made the connection to begin with, let alone have made the comment in which I mention the nationality. But it was the case and hence the thought came up and I made it. But in hindsight and for reasons already given, I should not have done so. For that I apologize.
I have nothing personal against drivers and/or Britain, my critisizm on Lewis would have been the same had he had another nationality and is based on what I see him doing, not because of his nationality. As was the case with Mansell BTW.
Henri, are you this critical of Alonso, Vettel, Magnussen, Grojean, and especially Verstappen when they, "complain", on the radio or evidence, as you say "melodramatic behavior"? I can safely say that no one has had more melodramatic moments than Verstappen this season. From downright disobedience to simple brat behavior, he's clearly the champion in this area.
Holding your team to account when they are making a mockery with decisions that are painfully obvious in situ isn't complaining, it's having high standards.