I've just read the following column from Jolyon Palmer and found it vey interesting: https://www.bbc.co.u...rmula1/48984966
Yes I'm biased towards Lewis but he continues to justify my view that we are seeing a truly great driver passing records and driving above the levels of the rest of the field.
He uses Free Practise 1, 2, 3 plus Q1 and 2 to find every little fraction of a second. But he's not worried about being top of the board in those sessions, saving all the little pieces for the final push in Q3. Sometimes it doesn't work (2nd by 6 thousandths of a second!) but most times it does.
And then the race. Working his strategy, pressuring his rivals, and modifying his tactics as he goes long. I've just watched the Silverstone race again and can only say he's mastered his craft... and still improving on that.
So that can make for boring (to some) races. I do hope we might see a McLaren on a podium this season, and a Red Bull there for Honda at Suzuka.
In the meantime, I'll watch Lewis's masterclass...
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