F1 Senna Equivalent
- May 20, 2016
Yeah he stayed ahead of Hamilton but what do you expect him to do after recovering - move over and let him by a couple corners later.The Stewards were correct; you'll need to reword the Sporting Regs to get around that one.
38.5 If the driver of car number 5 cracks when he's under pressure he shall be allowed to retain his position regardless, because he wants to re-enact 2002 and pretend he's Schumi.
46.2 The driver of car number 5 shall be encouraged to act like a child if he does not get the top step.
Fixed it for you.
And with what Seb did after the race I don't blame him one bit, I would've been pissed off as well in that situation (and I applaud him for actually having the balls to swapping around the position boards), like do you expect him to be smiling and happy after what happened, as far as Seb is concerned (as well as I and many other people) he had been unfairly penalised.
Remember the car gave Seb a unexpected second oversteer moment to worry about due to the grass on his tyres and it put him on the racing line once he controlled it, so to go back and get you to answer my question to you - what else could Seb do in that situation?
Why are you sorry? You don't need to pity Vettel fans, as theres nothing to be sorry about - sure Seb has his faults from time to time but he's only human, I said it before to you Steve the man sometimes wears his heart on his sleeve during races and I like that, you can't question his passion, desire or drive to win as it shows he cares.
I like that raw emotion (like Senna had) and if he had gone to the podium area like normal with a robotic 'good race guy's' over the radio after the race and then had a smile on his face after getting out the car then I would've been concerned.
I mean what do you want from drivers Steve? Do you want robots with no personality (like Hamilton) or someone who isn't afraid to speak his mind and call bullshit when it happens.
Look if you haven't seen this then if your going to watch any of it watch the last minute, if you can't like/appreciate a driver with a personality like that off the track then I feel sorry for you.
Lastly I actually feel sorry for you Steve, as the only reason your really supporting Hamilton is basically because of his nationality (which you more or less said yourself back in the 2017 British gp thread) and because of that I think you are blinkered which is a shame.
Sure I have no issue with people genuinely supporting a driver because of primarily what he brings and does on the track, but don't simply blindly follow & support a driver due to the flag he's representing - that's no different then being like a sheep.