Nope, no idea?He doesn't name the person directly, but I think we all know to whom he refers in this piece - I'll admit that I had a mini-cringe when I read that person's message on Monday. It had all the hallmarks of being prepared by a PA, rather by the driver in question.
It's the Hamilton effect unfortunately.That's what I thought he was driving at however, I don't see anything wrong with that
Just to reproduce:I've always had a problem with the "Dianafication" of tragedy, and public expressions of grief - I happen to believe that unless you know the person involved on a personal level, then public displays of grief & loss are inappropriate.
He doesn't proclaim a personal relationship. He doesn't wail with grief. He mentions its a sad day and sends condolences to his family and friends.Lewis Hamilton said:This is a tragic loss at such a young age. My heart goes out to his family and friends during this extremely difficult time.
He was an extremely talented driver. As a British guy, who not only went over to the States but who twice won the Indy 500,
Dan was a racer I’d followed throughout my career, as I often followed in his footsteps as we climbed the motorsport ladder in the UK
This is an extremely sad day.