Listening to the radio on the way in to work this morning they claim that Ferrari have lost 64 points due to their own mistakes. They did not say what the break down of that points loss was between their two drivers. I doubt all 64 were due to go to Seb but even so, Ferrari have once again shown that they lack the management to win a title. Hamilton has spent the last couple of weeks jetting around the world focusing on his fashion collection and yet comes back and cruises to, what I understand was, a pretty untroubled win.
Not really. Rosberg beat him once and it cost him his soul and he had to retire straight afterwards. It being a two car championship played far more into Rosbergs hands than it did Lewis. Had it been a season like this one then Rosberg wouldn't have stood a chance.
If Vettel had not been at Red Bull = No world titles
If Alonso had not been at Renault = no world titles
If Senna had not been at McLaren = no world titles.
Its just how F1 works. Someone is always in the superior car it's just using it to your advantage thats the skill. Hamilton has won at least three of his titles against top class opposition and, unlike some of his peers, has had mainly had team mates who are allowed to challenge him.
I know Lewis is not a likeable chap (I don't like the guy) but trying to write off his undeniable talent as 'just the car' seems a bit silly at this point.