i would say sergio's level because he does have a strong one lap and consistency to maintain his position
like we saw in hungary and his 2k18 season
edit: ignore the other comment; dont know why it has been doubled
But I heard that Hamilton is like showing a lot of support to young drivers who aren't fortunate enough to have appropriate resources to make it all the way or something like that, kudos to him if it's true.
But yeah I mean, Leclerc for example born with a platinum coated silverspoon in his mouth
Educate yourself about the history of F1. Like watch some historic footage.
youtube.com/watch?v=XEFDfctC_6M for example.
Cars are too easy to handle still.
Tracks are too look-alike. Dankeschon Herr Tilke.
Also driver has too much aid from teams. Radio messages.
This would apart from being more interesting to watch also lessen the gaps between top and bottom teams.
My take was at aerodynamical aspect. Don't get me wrong I'd like to trade a bit of downforce for aesthetically more pleasing simplistic design but when I thought about it back then they had less downforce because they didn't/couldn't know better.
yes, they are trying their best to make it entertaining again but to do they would need to remove most of the car technology, right now 70% car 30% pilot, I got kind excited again this year but I am not anymore.
There was no way KMag would expect for Albon to be there imo, alex trying to overtake in to a corner where you usually don't overtake/where overtaking is usually not possible, racing incident, wouldn't blame anyone tbh.
This is why I much prefer motogp and motocross, yeah same bikes are better but at the end of the day the rider makes the difference and you can visually see it, especially motocross .
Ever since electronics came In f1 it ruined at chance of a superior driver in a shit car making ground.