Replying to you instantly does not mean that I got triggered, it just means that I replied to you instantly. And as I already said, I speak with facts, so how can I a) be delusional and b) get triggered? If what I'm saying is FACTUALLY correct, what incentive would I have to get mad over it? Literally none. Having said this, I will CONTINUE being reasonable with you:
People who rate old over young do not look at the full picture, since I look at things in a factual and unbiased manner, I am not one of those people therefore this sentence means nothing to me. It is just a coincidence that Senna and Schumacher had their F1 careers before Hamilton, are better than him.
Schumacher-Todt-Brawn was the dream team - so what about it? He joined Ferrari in 1996 and along with their help he transformed it into a glorious team that remained glorious until 2006 because of their hard work, determination, and loyalty. All Hamilton did was join Mercedes in 2013 and sit in a car between 2014 to 2020 that donated him 6 (7) titles. The points I made were about him not having competition compared to Schumacher having plenty, and now you want to talk to me about who is more deserving? Never did I make a claim about who deserved it better, and deserving anything in F1 is very controversial because the moment you start saying 'IF IF IF IF IF', the possibilities and outcomes will never end. It's not Football where the sport is mostly down to the players, F1 encompasses an infinite number of factors from driver skill, to car performance, to team competence, to weather etc. so these things can affect anything. And don't talk to me about 'equal treatment' when both Schumacher and Hamilton were subject to being 'handed over' victories at the expense of their teammate's chances of winning a race. Team orders is nothing new, so it's stupid to think it has any relevance when all top teams have used team orders, and rightly so, because if you're trying to secure victory at all costs, then it makes sense.
I've already explained in #85
why Schumacher will always be better than Hamilton, but talking about dirty driving? At the end of the day racing is racing, some incidents are purely racing incidents, and what the FIA deems OK at a certain moment in time may be a different story now. Sure Schumacher was very hungry for that WDC in 1997, and I do not agree with what he did to land him DSQ from the WDC, but the amount of times Hamilton got into trouble for dirty driving? Have you no recollection of Hamilton's 2007 to 2011 seasons? He got so many penalties for driving dirty it was unbelieveable. Even in his recent years Hamilton seems to think it's one set of rules for himself and another set for others, because he disagrees with EVERY single penalty that he receives and thinks it isn't fair. Cutting the corner on Monaco in 2016 then leaving no room for Ricciardo to overtake is fair? Hesitating whether or not to pit on Germany in 2018 and not even getting a penalty for it? This guy has been let off so many times for things others have not been let off for, and been given so many penalties that he has never morally accepted, to the point where there is no way you can't call this guy a dirty driver on the same caliber as Schumacher was perceived to be. And who cares about social media? As Vettel said, social media is meant to save us time, but rather, it steals time from us in a negative manner. Social media is a disease, so I couldn't care less how much hate anybody gets on social media because at the end of the day, it's the internet, so it's meaningless. You think Verstappen cared about 'social media hatred' at all when we was causing mayhem in his early years? In the end, Verstappen has come out to be a great driver who is 100% WDC worthy, yet again showing that internet words have no affect on physical actions.