I agree, he should start all races at the end of the grid.I keep my promise from the other thread, he did it without incidents and without the help of a SC/red flag.
Respect, he shined today, showed his talent and I can only hope this challenge is a new start for him. He desperately needed it.
No, we were not wrong. We can however criticize when it goes wrong and praise when it goes well. That's the difference between being objective and being a fanboy.So, I guess all the "MV is just a hotheaded idiot" commentators got it wrong.
He drove a measured and appropriately aggressive race, making up as many places as was humanly possible, given the track.
And those were legitimate passes, not wave-throughs like Hamilton got from Force India.
I'm really starting to wonder if, without DRS, a big power advantage and compliant client teams letting him through - whether Hamilton is all that special really.
He had to, he can't afford himself to make anymore mistakes.He drove a measured and appropriately aggressive race
Nope, it was Leclerc crashing into Hartley.At least there was some action on the track, and again it was Max.
Come on man. Max was driving fastest car and finished 9th and you are talking about him like he did win the race. Picture shows clearly that Max has not learned one single thing in the past two years (+60 F1 starts) and still races like a rocky.Not even investigated by the race stewards so what is the point you try to make with this?
At least there was some action on the track, and again it was Max.
Ok, read my post, and read your post again...slowly. Then think again.So you allways compliment yourself? You can see things wrong, or not?