I dont subscribe to the view that Lewis kills tyres and Jenson gets more life out of them. It's too simplistic a view and the evidence is only there if you are selective with the information you draw your conclusions on. I think that the way Jenson drives maybe keeps the tyres at a more optimum temperature in certain conditions, such as today. His smooth arcing approach to tackling corners will keep a more consistent load on the tyres, where Lewis' more pointy style will fire the tyre in bursts more. These different styles and the way those styles work the tyres will have alternating benefits and deficits in different circumstances. In summary, both drivers load thier tyres differently and in doing this get varying performance out of them. I've been developing this theory for a while but am fairly convinced now. Can anybody add to this? I'd love to hear people's thughts on the matter. Sorry for being brief with this. I'm hoping that by making the suggestion, we can collectively fill in the blanks or dismiss it altogether.