Interesting article this. I have to agree with Lewis. As a viewer with sport you always have your protagonists and antagonist. Lewis is my protagonist and i know for him to be considered the best driver on the grid it is Alonso he has to beat, making him my ultimate antagonist, even if that battle isn't being played out at the very top of the championship right now. The little dig at Vettel might be a little harsh, but i kind of think it is a valid one. I don't dislike Vettel much, but i resent him a little for winning last years championship, seemingly by default. He is getting all this praise at the moment, but any driver on the grid would have had a shot at the World title in that car. This said, i don't think Seb is a bad driver. Probably 3rd or 4th depending on how you rate Kubica, but i would say the gap from Alonso and Hamilton is far more vast than people like to say. I'd also like to add that i didn't think Hamilton ever got the praise he deserved for his rookie season either. He did at the time while he looked like winning the world championship, but i would argue that it was the most impressive season i've ever seen, considering he was beating the best driver on the grid, in the same equipment, in his first season. It is typical media analysis, only looking at the result, rather than realising that it is more than individual performance that decides a World Championship.