babararacucudada wrote:pokerman wrote:Covalent wrote:Black_Flag_11 wrote:Seems the animosity between Hamilton and Rosberg is still alive and well.
https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/hami ... e/4510148/
Responding to the claims that Verstappen is now the fastest driver, overtaking Hamilton:"I've never seen the blog, I don't know who follows it, but it has no bearing on anything that I do," he said after his Hungarian GP win. "I don't care, everyone has their own opinion.
"Whether he's right or wrong, I don't really care. All you have to do is look at my tally of results over the years, and they kind of speak for themselves.
"So naturally there will be people that have not had the success that I've had, and might want to talk it down, but that's OK."
Can't wait for all the post retirement tell all books from Lewis, Nico and Toto
Well he seems to be suffering from some symptoms that are all too well known also around this forum, ie. if someone says something that isn't outright praising, then it should be taken unfair treatment and critique of the worst kind and be put down to bitterness etc.
I think it's how it gets relayed to Hamilton, they tell him negative things that Rosberg might say but never any positive things, they are looking for clickbait responses with Hamilton always being fed the negative.
However Rosberg generally speaking is very supportive of Hamilton and I would be guessing that Hamilton doesn't know that?
Rosberg seems generally be doing a good job as an F1 pundit - he does have a lot more insight than most.
The 'man flu' comment was a negative, but Rosberg does also (as you say), say a lot of positive things about Hamilton's driving.
His interviews with Toto and Ricciardo were good watches. I can't see there being an interview with Lewis though.
Didn't Lewis even somehow manage to veto having Rosberg doing the podium interview when he was up there? That would suggest that it's Lewis with the bee in the bonnet not the other way round.