I can't claim to have done a long race and had to answer questions no, but I can assure you I am well used to the duty smile and pretending everything is okay when it's far from it, unfortunately I have to do that one a lot and no, it's not nice at all. Hamilton is paid (handsomely I might add) to answer questions after the race, it's what F1 drivers do, they're contractually obligated to do so and the others all manage it, so why not him? Things didn't go his way and he acted out, we've all felt like that at times but most of us are grown up enough to put aside our personal disappointment and get on with what we're supposed to do. When he acts like he did yesterday it just annoys me as he reminds me of a spoilt child. I'm sure he wasn't happy about how things went, clearly winning that race meant a lot to him, but to then start suggesting it was a deliberate act on Raikkonen and Ferrari's part is just the kind of thing I have come to expect from him, like that stupid 'is it because I'm black?' line he went with before. He made the bad start which put him in the position where he got hit by another car in the first few corners or a race. It happens all the time, to assume just because it was him who got hit it was deliberate is hugely arrogant in my view. But there you go, that's just my opinion and we all have them don't we? I personally can't respect a driver and want them to win if I don't like them as a person. I've always been that way and the way Hamilton behaves means I neither like nor respect him. Granted, going and meeting the fans afterwards was a nice gesture and for them I am sure it meant a lot, but doing that afterwards doesn't make up for acting the way he did at the end of the race for me. As I say though, that's just my view, yours clearly differs which is fine. We can't al lbe the same or agree on everything can we? If we did this forum would be a boring place.