Not my cup of cake
Had to go for Hamilton. He dominated the race in changing conditions, had to cope with the dreaded SC restart, the 2nd in very damp & challenging conditions and the off he had he recovered from brilliantly.
I think this is a good point. Also I believe he would have finished second even with a nose change. And he handled himself very well after the race. You could imagine Vettel or Alonso throwing their toys from the pram if the situation were reversed.Nomad said:There were several phenomenal drives but I'm going against the grain. My vote is for Jensen Button's excellent drive and for his grace under pressure with his race destroyed and his season damaged.
You can compare their race finishes here in the F1 2010 Head To Head thread.TK421W said:(i may be wrong, but i dont think Jenson has finished ahead of him in a single race that they have both finished since then).
Well let's make it simple - hard graft is an indefinable and it's impossible to quantify how much graft any driver puts in, simply that Webber falls into the Australian cliches of what a sportsman might be is not enough.snowy said:And Mark Webber again showed Sebastian that there is no substitute for ... and hard graft.
If you're referring to the race then the BBC don't get any choice over it, FOM serves up the footage and the replays. Frustratingly, there is an awful lot they don't show. Some of it gets shown on the online edits and other bits are exclusives on the end of season review. Even then there are different camera angles we never see.tooncheesef1 said:The thing is we only see what the beeb decide to show us. Sutil was only metioned a couple of times as he had an annonymous race. Also th reason why Hulkenburg and Di Grassi havn't been voted for all season
Indeed he did. He's a real talent.MajorDanby said:I am on the only one to give a mention to Sutill. Does no one else think he drove a good race?