In terms of the two races in question I really enjoyed both and there’s very few races I actually consider boring like a lot of people on here. I don’t know what most people expect or want to see in an F1 race.
But I also don’t see how people are saying Hungary was much better than Zandvoort. Other than the first corner carnage both races were very similar and played out in the same way. The leader pretty much in control, a Red Bull and Mercedes fighting their way through the field and a couple of decent midfield scraps.
And in terms of the British media yes of course they’re biased. Just look at how Alonso, Vettel and Rosberg were portrayed over the years when they were in battle with Lewis Hamilton.
The British media loved Vettel; still do. I'm not sure how Rosberg was ever treated badly; Sky used to have a celebratory tone whenever he won a race- Brits love an underdog. "Nico's back!" was their main thing. As for Alonso, he barely got a mention, certainly never treated in the same manner as Schumacher and Senna were. And I only heard effusive praise from Sky and others for the event at Zandvoort.
Naturally, I'm sure you can point to a fair and balanced national media. I'm sure the Spanish, German, Dutch, etc are glowing in their praise of Hamilton, for example, .... or do they write the sort of stuff you like to read...
Let's face it, this forum has it's own 'rate the race' topics. I do think we all know the likes of yourself and many others would be giving the race a zero, "done with F1", "I fell asleep" (not hard to find, Lewis has won many a close fought race to great unsatisfaction all round), had the finishing positions been reversed. As ever, those who complain most about 'bias' fail to understand they themselves are among the worst.