Why Lewis has won 92 F1 races - by Peter Windsor (1/2)

25/10/2020
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In his analysis of Lewis Hamilton's win in Portugal, Peter Windsor explains why Lewis was able to extract more from his Pirelli medium tyres than his Mercedes team-mate, Valtteri Bottas - and why this characteristic has been an intrinsic part of his record-breaking career. The first of Peter's two-part Portuguese GP review.
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  • Peter, watching him then, when did you realize he will be a superstar?

    mahula ramaphokomahula ramaphoko7 घंटे पहले
  • PW. Not sure I agree with your specific descriptions about "how Lewis does it". I like to think of it as that Lewis takes in all the variables (e.g. car/weather/weight, etc. ) and figures out how to make the best of it all (how to work the sets of tires for the best outcome of the entire race.).

    2gnospam2gnospam6 दिन पहले
  • Yes, what he’s achieved is great, but, he’s done it in the best car, best etc, but, best of all time?, what about John Surtees?, a World Champion on two wheels and four, isn’t that amazing, never been never likely to be equalled, or how about Nigel Mansell, he has won two World titles driving different four wheel disciplines for two different teams, I basically think you can’t compare drivers through the past decades, they were all the best in there day, if Lewis is that special, that little bit better, got that little extra, then in that theory, he should be able to put a back of the grid car in the top ten on the grid.

    Peter CavelliniPeter Cavellini7 दिन पहले
  • 0:40 sums up how he won his 7th world title then 😂😂 (mostly)

    Abs JordanzAbs Jordanz7 दिन पहले
  • Lewis made history because he has a faster car than the rest of the grid. The end.

    Defaulted DefaultDefaulted Default8 दिन पहले
  • I don't like when people say it's because of his natural ability, as if they don't put a lot more hours than driving, into learning how to get the most out of their tyres. He was known as a tyre killer earlier in his career. People forget

    camelio10camelio108 दिन पहले
  • (05:27-05:32) What about his lifestyle that's wrong or not "gentleman like", what horrible things are they saying about him? We need to stop creating conversation picked up from people who have no real life and putting out there in the media, especially respectable people like yourself.

    Tripod ThreefootTripod Threefoot8 दिन पहले
  • The Black Tzar of Formula one. The G.O.A.T.

    TheFirefox8192TheFirefox819211 दिन पहले
  • I remember people talking about Jim Clark in the same way. Absolute symmetrical tire wear. I was a great fan as I am of Lewis.

    David EblenDavid Eblen11 दिन पहले
  • Explains what happened today in Turkey! Lewis is BOSS! 🏆

    James BrownJames Brown14 दिन पहले
  • Lewis can thank Bottas for at least 10 of those wins, but I'm sure he won't.

    Pat ScallyPat Scally15 दिन पहले
  • Anybody who dislikes this video have covid-19 period

    ChuckyChucky16 दिन पहले
  • There you go 52 haters it take more than a fast car to really win 92 race. It's not luck it's his natural ability to control the car thanks Peter to give us top top knowledge.

    Richard NyakRichard Nyak18 दिन पहले
  • Legend ❤️❤️❤️👏👏👏👏

    faisal nurfaisal nur18 दिन पहले
  • Lewis is absolutelly fantastic. How ever F1 is suffering. Im the biggest F1 fan I ever met, and even for me it's a little bit boring to watch F1 2016->. Fia stewards decisions to put safety car for 15 seconds at Imola....just to slow down Valtteri is just super sad. Lewis would have anyway won that race. Toto told before this season even started how nice it would have 7th title for Lewis...come on guys! Yeah sure...theres a chance that Valtteri can win...in theory. So 2020 was there, count together Totos comments and pre-season tests-2020->boring. What could be medicine...well-I have 10000 scenarios. I think best would be steel brakes->longer braking periods, less aero, similar floor + rear and front wings, no drs, 2 or 3 different weight distribution choises which you need to tell before season starts and stick with it whole season, same tyre widths as 2020 but chance to use mixed tyre setup 30% of the races. 2 day race wk:ends could also work better. Also 2-3 non championship races on a year for test drivers only=income for teams possibly and some other winner than Lewis. FIA: I would love to work with these things in a future ;)

    Jusa RusakkoJusa Rusakko20 दिन पहले
  • Hammer Time 🔨

    ian Jeremyian Jeremy20 दिन पहले
  • Any with any racing experience or race engineering experience at a pro level knows this 95% car. Also known in pro racing that this is marketing promotion. All car.

    Mickey PacMickey Pac22 दिन पहले
  • It's interesting about Lewis and the tire management as I always remember when he was team mates with Jenson and Jenson was relying on tires to compete while Lewis was occasionally overdriving. Lewis did have weaknesses, as bit like Max now. He has methodically removed every one.

    Ron SmithRon Smith22 दिन पहले
  • nobody believes his cramp , he s so weeny sometimes. He is good, but how good ?, put a real driver next to him or let him drive in a a less superior car, then we know....its easy cruising in clean air with this car and Bottas is modest driver and certainly no racer.

    Allard StevensonAllard Stevenson24 दिन पहले
    • I do, but I don't come from a place where everything he says is disingenuous

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
  • lewis does what to do at the right time, he's maGIC !

    charles antsocharles antso24 दिन पहले
  • www.dropbox.com/s/3c5iqfyy4dd5bic/Screen%20Shot%202020-11-03%20at%203.05.05%20PM.png?dl=0 Mercedes' Split Turbo on opposite ends of the Engine is why he and Mercedes. Better equipment, like they said about Sebastian, except Sebastian's teammate didn't win a world championship like at Mercedes. Why won't anyone say Hamilton has better equipment like they did with Sebastian, when it wasn't true then, but it is true now? Weird...

    Winston ByrdWinston Byrd27 दिन पहले
    • @Robert Anderson Wish I could find more on the split turbo and why no one else did it like they did. Or change... Weird, it works so well and all, obviously. Make since it would work, get the hot exhaust away from the turbo. Smart...

      Winston ByrdWinston Byrd19 दिन पहले
    • @Winston Byrd go to the The-Race.com and you'll find any number of like minded folk to yourself. All you need to do is find any article that relates to Hamilton, sometimes it doesn't even need to be him but comments like your flow like an unending stream of bitterness and resentment. Unfortunately this trend is the same for any F1 web site/INworlds channel that invites reader/viewer comments in recent times as he has got ever closer to Schumacher's records... I cannot see how you've not come across them, they are legion.

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson19 दिन पहले
    • @Robert Anderson I don't hear them. You must not be in the states where everyone is afraid of being a racist.

      Winston ByrdWinston Byrd20 दिन पहले
    • Wow, you're literally the first person I ever read, watched or heard make the point that "Hamilton has the better equipment" Oh wait a minute, that's actually half the comments I have heard in relation to him since 2014...

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
  • Because he always has a much better car

    DavoDavo27 दिन पहले
  • I love listening to Peter, but is he going over the top regarding Lewis’s driving style??

    joe harrisjoe harris28 दिन पहले
  • Great positive video bro 🤙🏽

    Jerome NeitaJerome Neita28 दिन पहले
  • When you race against yourself, it's easy. Shumacher had to fight again st McLaren, Hakinen, Alonso, his Ferrari was not as fast as McLaren either. Lewis in many people's eyes will never be the GOAT, lol, he simply caught against his shadowwwwwww.

    Daniel UcchedduDaniel Uccheddu28 दिन पहले
  • it's mercedes!! not lewis! he is just the lucky one!

    Steve CattoirSteve Cattoir28 दिन पहले
  • The white world doesn't want to recognise him as the best of the best formula 1driver because of his colour...just too bad he's the bad and the world knows it!!!

    Joe SwartzJoe Swartz28 दिन पहले
  • Your breakdown of the different styles was brilliant. I would like to see a similar comparison between Pierre Gasly and Sergio Perez.

    DH StephensDH Stephens29 दिन पहले
  • Lewis is an astonishing driver and his natural ability is mind blowing. I still think he is under rated and under appreciated by many but for me is is up there with the very best and his natural ability to get the best out of a car is like that of Jim Clark and that is massive praise indeed.

    Eric GeorgeEric George29 दिन पहले
  • Wonderful stuff

    Scott L.Scott L.महीने पहले
  • Short version, average talent and a whole lot of Mercedes.... would apply to anyone beaten by Vallterri or Nico.. Far away from Fernando, Michael and Max in terms of total package and charisma...

    CSL 74CSL 74महीने पहले
  • Hamiltons achievements are kind of hollow as there is no real competition at present.

    peter johnsonpeter johnsonमहीने पहले
  • When Hamilton breaks Schumacher's championship record and wins his 8th world title, people will tell stories of his victories for thousands of years. The world will remember his name as Lewis G.O.A.T Hamilton.

    John BlackJohn Blackमहीने पहले
  • Doubtless the car. He is a competitive driver of that there is no doubt. When F1 was actually competitive e.g. 2010-2012, Hamilton could not win the title. In those seasons we had : 2010 we had 5 different winners, Ferrari 5 wins, Mclaren 5 wins RBR 9 wins 2011 we had 5 different winners Mclaren 6 wins RBR 12 Ferrari 1 2012 we had 8 different winner MAclaren 7 wins RBR 7 Ferrari 3 Lotus 1 Those days an average qualifying performance could leave a top driver in 7th or 8th with all to do. Now a bad qualifying for a Mercedes means 2nd on the grid and at worst 2nd in the race. favored by Mercedes

    GrubSchumiGrubSchumiमहीने पहले
    • LH only F1 driver to win a race in every season raced. Also, the Rainmaster, same as MSC and Senna before him.

      ppnppnमहीने पहले
  • great insight. I have heard of a lot talk on Lewis Hamilton and quite a lot simply wanted to play down his achievement and his skills. It will be great if you can include the photos of tire wear on these drivers.

    cool thoughtcool thoughtमहीने पहले
  • G is the forces acting downwards thru the gravitational centre of the car.

    Robb PhillipsRobb Phillipsमहीने पहले
  • Too many races per year and a car my son could become wc in, that is the formula for beating MS. His whining before every gp "end racism" has made me lose the little respect I had for mr movie star.

    Nico NestaNico Nestaमहीने पहले
    • Long may he continue to whine before every GP about ending racism until it isn't necessary. I guess this is the nonsense (sorry "lost respect") Jackie Stewart had to put up with when he called out the sport on safety...

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
  • I think the Lewis an all round genius who just happens to be a racing driver

    Carl SinghCarl Singhमहीने पहले
  • Lewis Hamilton is only winning because he's in the best car apparently, well according to those jealous idiots like Jackie Stewart and others. I remember him and brundle saying Lewis won't succeed when he joined F1 😔. Can you remember 🎶?? Lewis would compete with anyone of the F1 drivers of the past and win . He's that pedigree. Just saw a video saying Michael CHEATING Schumacher would have had 100 wins BLA BLA BLA. WELL LEWIS would have had many more race wins too and championship if his team or car didn't let him down over the years. People like jackie Stewart is the part of rhe problem in this world. They are so insecure so they have to hold back the stronger DNA 💪 in order for them to look good and create a lifestyle behind it. Jackie hasn't achieved shite imho. Im glad this video explains how Lewis Hamilton approaches and drives in the race. Few years ago the media try hitting his confidence by saying he's hard on his tyres when he was actually 1 of the best. Now the million dollar question is why are they trying to tarnish King GOAT Lewis Hamilton Achievements?? Why ?? Whats really at play here 🤔?? Smfh

    Money MqgnetMoney Mqgnetमहीने पहले
    • @Money Mqgnet Hmmm I'm a bit confused here. I'm a black man myself, so why would I deminish the effects of racism? I, like you, I see the injustice we face but my point was in regards to the "💪DNA" comments and similar I have enough of the other side seeking to make us different without us then using the same decisive rhetoric as those calling Lewis use. This it what weakens the valid points that you make elsewhere in your post

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
    • @Robert Anderson im sure non whites and all other ethics groups may have that financial. But generally especially in those early days we are speaking of Lewis journey and what he faced. Rich parents telling him to quit he won't make it to F1. Please stay on topic. He's made it to F1 critics like jackie stewart n martin brundle start using their media position of power to slate Lewis saying he won't be good in f1 , he's bad with tyre management all sorts of rubbish which Lewis actually proven to be one of the best at tyre management n mature as a driver. Look how they are boosting max Vasterpen like he's the best thing since slice bread 🍞 and he's still very reckless . He's been in F1 now for many years. I see your attempts to play down the Racism Lewis faces . This is the propblem in Uk and globally. My GF didn't believe Racism exist until her friends starts sharing their work experience with her. Ie this Asian guy saw her and asked if she was the janitor . Well we know how they worship white people. When infact she is a cooperate lawyer for a bank. This is what society is really like . And everyone pretends it doesn't exist. My advice to Lewis is do not even acknowledge these individuals. They jave to keep calling his name yo be relevant. Its just jealousy they were average at Best including. jackie stewart is full of envy. I think Lewis would have compete with anyone of that ear and be as competent n competitive. Im impress with Frangio stats .

      Money MqgnetMoney Mqgnet20 दिन पहले
    • Woah as a black man you're doing a disservice to your arguement here. Jackie Stewart is in my top 3 F1 drivers (Lewis and Jim Clark being the others) While I was upset by his seeming backhanded acknowledgement of Lewis' achievement and also through the years a willingness to think the worst of Lewis; I remember him accusing Lewis of brake testing Vettel in Baku (when Vettel then drove into him deliberately). hell even Vettel later acknowledged that he was wrong to also make the same accusation) That doesn't erase the greatest legacy of any driver in the sport (that being number of drivers who live to retire from it now). Similarly in turn I believe Lewis (and others) will leave an equal legacy; a greater number of non white individuals being afforded the opportunity to try to get into motor racing. So please dial back on the disrepect you are doing no favours to the fight to address social injustice.

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
  • Lewis is great in wet conditions, great at managing tyres, great at looking after the car, great under pressure, great at making few mistakes, and finally great for coping whatever the public throw at him... these are all the qualities you need to be the G.O.A.T !!!>>>>>Still He Rises

    Tyrone HarrisTyrone Harrisमहीने पहले
  • OK would Lewis win in the Williams........genuine question even though, I, know the answer...but it'll make you uncomfortable....

    alfaV6boy1alfaV6boy1महीने पहले
    • Would Bottas, Verstappen, Leclerc, Vettel, Schumacher, Alonso win in the Williams?

      JMTJMTमहीने पहले
  • Ferrari failed to defend Schumacher's title, that's why Hamilton won.

    Ant BodAnt Bodमहीने पहले
  • Merc win the races ,by miles . Merc is boring. Hamilton is a good driver but de car is the best 2014. There is no competion just 2 Mercs.

    Edward MansveldEdward Mansveldमहीने पहले
  • People forget how Bottas got his seat at Mercedes. He was number 1 at Williams and beat Maldonado and Massa and was a clear talent almost getting pole at Bahrain in that Williams. Won formula Renault 2x f3 and gp3. But he is just up against a master racer in Lewis.

    Moses ainszMoses ainszमहीने पहले
  • My favourite driver was Gilles because he attacked all the time. But realistically, that’s not how a driver becomes a legend. Lewis is the greatest because he works something that’s already perfect. People won’t realise how great he really is till he’s gone.

    Moses ainszMoses ainszमहीने पहले
  • My answer to the one and only question from the title is: The Mercedes f1 car is so dominant that even Latifi could take 92 wins in Louis Hamilton his car if he drove without making mistakes. Put Hamilton in a Red Bull and he wil not have any chance to get 92 wins let alone the half of it

    MusicMaïstroMusicMaïstroमहीने पहले
    • When Hamilton breaks Schumacher's championship record and wins his 8th world title, people will tell stories of his victories for thousands of years. The world will remember his name as Lewis G.O.A.T Hamilton.

      John BlackJohn Blackमहीने पहले
  • How does the guy with the smoothest , keeping the car flat , gift , get overtaken by his teammate in the wet , tricky conditions? It makes you think how out of this world Senna was . Driving in the wet with ancient tire technology, sometimes on slicks or worn out tires , with 1400 horse power in qualifying ( or so ..) Three pedals , a manual gearbox and that’s it .

    malhotra rogermalhotra rogerमहीने पहले
  • Louis Hamilton is a natural, not every one is born to be what they do, but In Lewis case he was born to race ,he's just got the x factor as they say, that tiny 5 per cent of talent. makes all the difference, some people try to use the brute force of the formula 1 car but that's no use without natural skill I think any driver alive could beat Louis Hamilton even if Louis gave them is own car I still think he would win,,a bit like Eddie Irvine saying that he could win if he had a Ferrari like Michael Schumacher, but when he actually got to drive for Ferrari he was pathetic never won a single race, Michael Schumacher stuffed him I. every race ,,stevie

    STEPHEN McDOWELLSTEPHEN McDOWELLमहीने पहले
  • When you have the best driver in the best car what else is there to say?

    Rob RoyRob Royमहीने पहले
  • I watch Daniel Ric and see the same style as Lewis it very interesting

    Andy The DriverAndy The Driverमहीने पहले
  • im sorry but for me a lot of this is just a little bit over the top although i do rate lewis as one of the greats there is some important factors that dont seem to get mentioned enough. For instance how many of the current world champions walked straight into the sport in a race winning car, Senna, Schumi, Vettel, Alonso, Raikkonen all started at cars in the mid pack or the back where as Lewis started straight away in a race winning machine. For me ranking drivers ability is not so straight forward so i like to look at what these drivers did when not in the best cars and how much they were able to achieve. Lewis now gets mentioned as the GOAT but i dont agree for this simple reason between 2009 to 2013 he never finished in the Top 3 of the championship once despite having the 2nd best car in 2010,2011 and statistically Mclaren was quicker than the RBR in 2012 which tells me there is chinks in his armor for me a driver that is G.O.A.T material will constantly be knocking on the door as much as the machine will allow them too kind of like what verstappen is doing now if his car isnt fast enough to win he just makes sure he gets as close as he can like Alonso who battled for the Title in 2010 and 2012 despite having a car that was slower than RBR and Mclaren schumi battled for loads of championships while not having the fastest car 95, 97, 98,99 Hamilton has never really done that so i think Hamilton is in the Top5 greats for sure but if im honest it is the classic case of being in the right place at the right time just think if he never made the move to mercedes how many championships do you think he would have now? #not a hater i just feel like context is needed sometimes.

    Kryptic TMGKryptic TMGमहीने पहले
    • @Kryptic TMG Yes, all true!

      oioi909oioi90928 दिन पहले
    • @oioi909 that's fair enough but almost every world champion has questionable moments in their careers. For example when McLaren got caught with the Ferrari blueprints 07 they got a 100million euro fine but the cars didn't change much for 08 so McLaren were able to benefit from secret knowledge of the Ferrari which is why max Mosley wanted McLaren banned for two seasons but the FIA would have lost millions in viewership so they got a fine instead and Hamilton won a championship on the back of that. Clearly Lewis and Fernando knew about the blueprints because Fernando was using it to blackmail McLaren. Alonso faced Lewis in a team that was all British and was definitely in his corner since he was there from 8years old. In 2010,2011,2012 McLaren were quite close in performance with McLaren being a slightly better car but it's fair to say Alonso out performed Lewis in that period so I've always thought there is a question to be asked. Lewis only found this level of consistency in 2014 when he only really had to be his team Alonso had this level while trying to fight Vettel, webber,button,hamilton raikkonen and his teammate

      Kryptic TMGKryptic TMG29 दिन पहले
    • @Kryptic TMG You make very reasonable and informed points. Perhaps you are right. Of course, opinions do differ, and it is always interesting to hear those opinions when they are well informed. I've been watching since 1976, and saw Senna in his F3 days I think, I was very very young at the time. Jimmy Clark is my favourite driver because his speed came not at the expense of being hard on the equipment. A driver of extreme sensitivity and mechanical sympathy. An Artist, no less, who was able to win in anything, he really was. I believe Hamilton has mastered all aspects and is truly the most complete driver in the field. My issue with Schumacher will always be to do with his cheating. Driving deliberately into another driver, as with Damon Hill, for whatever reason is a huge no no for me. And Villeneuve jr, I cannot remember maybe 1997 and all his points docked for the season. This to me is a disgrace. Senna was the same. I think these drivers were brilliant but unhinged. In 1988 when he said he was put on the dirty side of the grid and said he would take Prost out, I lost all respect. I'm sorry this attitude is completely unacceptable, and for myself overshadows the great achievements of these rare talents. I said to my friends in 1988 that he is for sure going to die in the car because he has no respect for the limit. I thought the same with Villeneuve Sr. Brilliant drivers. I will never forget Senna's interview with Jackie Stewart. People like this, no matter their brilliance can never be on the level of Jimmy Clark, and I believe Hamilton. The ethics make a huge difference for me. To be the greatest it is more than pure brilliance, it is more than statistics, one has embody the values of the sport, to show sportsmanship, to accept when one has been bested on the day with grace.

      oioi909oioi90929 दिन पहले
    • @oioi909 I guess opinions differ for me, i see Lewis as the 3rd best out of the drivers i had the pleasure to watch. Realistically Alonso's 2005 championship win wasnt even a battle as schumi's ferrari had no chance as the FIA nurfed the rules to stop ferrari and bridgestone. Lewis has always done well against his teammates but not as crushing as what you might think he and Alonso were tide on points, over the 3 seasons he and button were teammates it was 2-1 to Lewis but actually Button over that 3 year period at Mclaren actually out scored Lewis in Total. Yes i agree guys like Vettel have been beaten by teammates but he has faced some of the sports young hungry guys who in a good car would be world champion candidates. I think Lewis would have a lot less individual success if he had to race Ricciardo or charless Leclerc every week, Faster teammates create greater pressure which is why all the season's where Hamilton had much more competitive teammates thats where he made more errors. You cant question lewis's greatness but ppl act like the car isnt the deciding factor swap any of the other top drivers into that merc and put lewis at RBR he would be getting destroyed just like how the other drivers are now because i have already seen it happen B4 in 09,10,11,12,13 As ive stated before the only drivers who have competed for titles with inferior equipment Senna, schumi, Alonso. Schumi got to 91 wins faster with less races per season and less competitive cars so for me he will always be No1.

      Kryptic TMGKryptic TMG29 दिन पहले
    • I agree to a point. The fact that he's had cars capable of winning is definitely a bonus in his favour. But, when he got the drive in 2007 he was up against a chap who had beaten Schumacher..twice. So, a pretty special guy. I think any reasonable individual would agree that he did himself credit in 2007, to say the least. Alonso was, and is a special talent. To hold him to account in his rookie season can only mean one thing. He is not an ordinary talent either, but an extraordinary one. So yeah right place right time etc..but in order to stay at the top and keep his seat in a competitive car he needed to consistently beat his teammates. I cannot honestly say that over a few seasons that any driver has got the better of Hamilton. Vettel was crushed by Ricciardo in his last RB season. The wins poles and titles, every one of them, is worked for and richly deserved. No one is going to give it to you in racing. He has also been a credit to the nation of his birth. However, on a personal level I can't help but feel that if it were Button, a driver who I admire and respect greatly, who were this successful he would be criticised far less and celebrated by the British much more. I believe that he is a sublime talent above both Senna and Schumacher but equal to Jimmy Clark and Fangio.

      oioi909oioi90929 दिन पहले
  • Massive car advantage for the past 8 years have anything at all to do with it 🤔.

    TrappenWeisseGuy ;TrappenWeisseGuy ;महीने पहले
  • Hamilton reminds me a lot of Prost in his race craft, its fast but unexcitingly unragged, but saying its very sympathetically smooth and as explained with the tyres and gets wins.

    Ben FurnerBen Furnerमहीने पहले
  • Lewis only has to beat other two drivers, lando said it like it is

    meownow21meownow21महीने पहले
  • He has made history because he has always had the fast car, no completion, unlimited money . But, good for him and he could easily win 10 championships give the lousy cars and drivers running against him.

    Paul PoseyPaul Poseyमहीने पहले
    • The best drivers rise to the top team and car. See Senna, MSC, Alonso, Lauda, Prost...... Ham is the rainmaster - the truest comparison of driving ability by levelling the field, as were MSC and Senna in their era's

      ppnppnमहीने पहले
  • Thank you so much Peter for your very professional analysis, keep up the great work, Lewis is number 1️⃣🏁

    jason belljason bellमहीने पहले
  • Jeez this guy is the goat of explaining.... Keeping the car flat is probably how is the greatest wet weather driver of all time. People often think button's best race was in the wet in Canada. Rewatch that race. That was mustafa. That race was Lewis saying you underestimate my power and because was so dominant he attacked the high ground

    DMDDMDमहीने पहले
    • @Robert Anderson yep he was so much faster and tried over taking in a weird place against the wall. Impatient but it was more about what had happened in monoco the previous race. The crash was more about his speed and head space starting at the back

      DMDDMD20 दिन पहले
    • Loved that victory but is that same race he took Lewis out in the early stages? I stand to be corrected I'm unsure if I have not joined 2 different races together in my memory

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
  • Peter you’re a F1 fan’s dream commentator, I religiously have to watch your analysis and loved how you made sense of Lewis coming back and overtaking Bottas on Sunday. Thank you!

    Ronnie ZiwaRonnie Ziwaमहीने पहले
  • The most honest and objective description/explanation of what sets apart drivers (even in the same team). I am also glad you underscored the irrelevance of Lewis personal life from his racing as they’re not married, so to speak 🙏🏾

    keeja lemedukeeja lemeduमहीने पहले
  • Hey Peter, one of my sons asked me that same question about Louis a couple years ago. “Dad why is Louis so good with that car.” This is how I explained it. Louis is an excellent communicator. He can talk to anyone anywhere, something not all drivers or athletes for that matter can do. Great communication starts with the ability to listen with awareness of what going on around you. So when people see his life style with different women and associating with people not from the industry he is learning how to adjust everything about himself to fit the circumstances. That being said, driving is much like being in a relationship. Racing is like being in a relationship with a crazy person. If you give the wrong input things can go bad quickly. When you muscle the car via the controls your luck wears thin you and your tires pay the price. Grip the wheel too tight and it’s like chocking the life out of your relationship. However, when your input is simply a pre planned suggestion and not a last second demand you are more apt to get what you need to be successful. I guarantee you that Louis holds the wheel loosely and gives pre planned suggestions rather than demands before cornering to keep the car flat. You might ask, do I race? No but I’ve have had a crazy Ex or two 😂 I have used that analogy to teach many Police Officers to enforcement ride.

    motorcopT2motorcopT2महीने पहले
  • 71 wins at Mercedes with a totally dominant car. Arton Senna 12 GPs per season Hamilton 22. Easy - he is a good driver but not necessarily the best. Many of the greats raced against each other in their primes - there is no similar competition. A lot of great has beens and some coming up. Mind you last year without Hamilton Bottas would still have won for Mercedes.

    Just CheckJust Checkमहीने पहले
    • Blimey, it must have been easy to win a championship then, only 12 races a year...

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
  • Actually, in his early years Hamilton had a tendency to overuse the tires. Then Pirelli came and he had to learn to nurse the tires and he's become pretty good at it. Nowadays, he very much starts the race in tire-saving mode and switches to attack mode after some ten laps. Once again it was more than enough to completely overwhelm Bottas, who is usually pretty hard on the tires. The only races Bottas can win are races in which the tires do not degrade a lot. I'm puzzled Bottas still hasn't figured out how to nurse his tires. He still pushes way too hard in the early laps of the race. About the tire strategy: even though Horner claimed that in hindsight they should have started on the medium tire, I don't think that would have helped Red Bull. They were already struggling massively in the opening laps on the softs, and starting on the mediums would only have made it worse. I don't think the soft-medium strategy was much worse than the medium-hard tire strategy adopted by Mercedes and Leclerc. The medium tire was by far the best tire in the race.

    De ApenhoofdDe Apenhoofdमहीने पहले
  • If F1 had not got rid of testing he would have never caught Schumacher

    Earl FoxEarl Foxमहीने पहले
  • Enjoy it while you can. Lewis has nothing to prove, and although it seem obvious that Lewis will stay in Mercedes. He could well be in his final year.

    JimLJimLमहीने पहले
  • no doubt lewis has been one of the best drivers on the grid the last 10 to 15 years. but the TRUTH is.... luis has won that many races because he has had limited competition.... basically his team mate. the sad state of F1. the red bull domination period..... followed by the mecedes domination period.

    Mark BPHMark BPHमहीने पहले
  • 1. He always has the fastest car on the track. 2. His team mates were always ordered to let him overtake/win 3. He was groomed to be champion. I have so much more respect for Schumacher and Senna because they did it in sub-par cars also.

    Apollyon 1975Apollyon 1975महीने पहले
    • He was groomed to be a champion, in what way is this different from Red Bull drivers, Ferrari Academy drivers?

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
  • Perfectly sums up the race without waffle. Great reviews. What's the name of the music you've used on this?..

    Wilf's WanderingsWilf's Wanderingsमहीने पहले
  • why now is your comment

    Thandeva RajThandeva Rajमहीने पहले
  • 72 years of age, always watched Grand Prix. With an understanding of velocity, momentum and the pressure laws, this explanation made sense and has added so much to my understanding. thank you and I will search for you in the future, as uderstanding adds to the enjoyment.

    John DunnJohn Dunnमहीने पहले
  • Bravo Zulu sir. I’m a new F1 fan. I love the racing but I also love the infrastructure, logistics & strategies. I am soaking up as much information as possible. Very insightful, thank you 😎

    Patrick NeillPatrick Neillमहीने पहले
  • michael Schumacher..is heavy metal..f1 driver...wheres Lewis Hamilton..is flawless..intelligent..n futuristic champion..both my favourite driver. anwar kl msia 28.10.2020

    Anwar LatipAnwar Latipमहीने पहले
  • He won 92 gp's because he is in the best car on the grid for the last 6 years, in an era with 20+ races over a year and with a weak teammate. Of rosberg was still around he wouldn't hit that number this soon or if the CEO of f1 would try to stop Mercedes as Bernie did with Ferrari at the start of 2000's

    Szabo VladSzabo Vladमहीने पहले
    • It was Bernie who suggested that he go to Mercedes

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
    • Szabo Vlad ever thought he is in the best car because he’s the best driver? Why if you had the best car would you want anyone other than the best driver driving it?

      RockyScorceseRockyScorceseमहीने पहले
  • Dang nabbit Peter, you just gave away Lewis Hamilton's great driving Secret in one 9 minute video. According to Peter, the secret is really simple: just drive the car straight! Now Lewis Hamilton's younger competitors will all master this secret of Formula One driving before the next Grand Prix, and Lewis will finish in last place every race from now on. Thanks a lot Peter.

    Shazzam PotzmanShazzam Potzmanमहीने पहले
  • I think its all due to his black power.

    RonniePetersonRonniePetersonमहीने पहले
    • Lol Right on Brother

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
  • Peter, analysis like this makes me feel like I never need to say anything to the "It's Luck and the Car" squad ever again. F1 is much more fun if you watch it as a technical sport and not a soap opera.

    Hamilton SeshibeHamilton Seshibeमहीने पहले
  • Hamilton is in the best car. He gets the best car by being the best driver. And the car gets to be the best by having the best driver in the driving seat - he drives the development. They have to listen to their best driver, or not win so often. And Bottas's style is not quite as suited to the design, and it doesn't drive the design either. Hamilton's lifestyle and demeanour are not insignificant, his preparation is his whole life, and when he gets to the track, he is confident there is not much left to do other than to race.

    cresbydotcomcresbydotcomमहीने पहले
  • Had Verstappen started on Mediums he may have found himself in 10th after the first lap.

    Phil PorterPhil Porterमहीने पहले
  • Wise words.

    Jay StapleyJay Stapleyमहीने पहले
  • I always thought Hamilton was good at the beginning of his F1 career although other people weren't so sure. I then remember watching him win in the wet at Silverstone by 1 minute 10 seconds while many of the other great drivers were pirouetting round the circuit. It changed how a lot of people viewed him. One more thing, I had the privilege to work for Louis Klemantaski a great motor racing photographer who triggered my interest in the sport, I asked him what he thought was the most important thing about motor racing and without hesitation he said tyres. I think you are absolutely right Peter, tyre care. My brother and I enjoy your broadcasts very much thanks.

    Charles FergusonCharles Fergusonमहीने पहले
  • Since he was on carting his tremedous driver ever

    Fernando CampsFernando Campsमहीने पहले
  • George Russell is hugely underrated by the public. I really hope he gets a good car underneath him in the near future

    Bongo BagginsBongo Bagginsमहीने पहले
  • I'd never have thought we'd call him gentle on his tyres but seemed to go to another level round portimao.

    anomalousresultanomalousresultमहीने पहले
  • Its MERCEDES, not LH.

    Percy GnaniahPercy Gnaniahमहीने पहले
    • Yep it must be, they've managed to overcome the disadvantage of having an undeserving black man in the car and wasted their Sponsorship Income when they literally could get any other driver (Leclerc being the only possible exception) on the grid to drive for them at less cost... I just don't know how only you and I have worked it out.

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
  • Awesome commentary sir 👏

    ARC striderARC striderमहीने पहले
  • put him in one off the other cars and see how he goes he only winning because he is in a better car than the rest and because off team orders valterri has to let him win put any other fi champion from the pass and they would win in that car

    brownmouse100brownmouse100महीने पहले
    • Why Mercedes pay more for him when I think maybe 1 0r 2 other drivers would be cheaper I just don't understand

      Robert AndersonRobert Anderson20 दिन पहले
  • A 2 part video to state the bleeding obvious? why? Yet another pundit spouting tosh just for the the sake of seeing and hearing his own image and voice on public media.

    PoodlestabberPoodlestabberमहीने पहले
  • This is Ronnie O’Sullivan Snooker control and precision. Federer. Jimi Hendrix beautiful . How ever when Lando Norris was asked after the race he said “ I’m just happy for him , nothing more. It doesn’t mean anything to me. He’s in a car which should win every race basically” ,he only has a couple of drivers to beat” job done. 20 . or not, I lost all respect for him. Right there .To say that , was pure crap. In my opinion , Sorry how about, Yeah this is great for are sport. This is what it’s about. For me Lewis Hamilton is pure skill and top humility brilliant driver and safe. Stunning description well said. Because of this video I can appreciate what these cars do and how the driver controls more now...

    BalbisianaBalbisianaमहीने पहले
  • Not Lewis but his (illegal?) car makes history... Wake Up en don't be so over the top about Lewis!

    Wim FrankenWim Frankenमहीने पहले
    • Another hater. Clear off you toad.

      David CopsonDavid Copsonमहीने पहले
  • I don't buy the, you have to be born with it argument. Circumstances of his childhood in karting would have contributed. Do you have to have the potential? Sure, but credit Lewis for developing and maximizing it. Many seemingly effortless "talents" are really skills with thousands of hours(often hidden) behind them.

    Reuben GermainReuben Germainमहीने पहले
  • Spot on Peter!! Lewis has been cheating using Traction Control, located on the bottom of his right foot...🤠

    DOBERMAN PACDOBERMAN PACमहीने पहले
  • When comparing with most other modern greats, I think Lews loses out on a few stats: how many times did he swear and use offensive language at other fellow drivers, how many times he has shown physical aggression against other fellow drivers - let alone attempt to throw a punch, how many times did he deliberately bump in to other fellow drivers in the race, how many times did he take out or attempt to take out other drivers in the race...... I think Lewis loses out heavily. Boooooo !!!!

    Hirantha IddamalgodaHirantha Iddamalgodaमहीने पहले
    • @Hirantha Iddamalgoda i would have loved to see schumacher at his peak vs Lewis, they did race against each other but at that point schumacher was is in Mercedes as they was just starting in f1 so it wasn't really the same as schu in his ferrari days

      Alexander ThompsonAlexander Thompson22 दिन पहले
    • @Alexander Thompson yes. And that's why I rarely think or discuss it. My respect to his privacy wishes. But I'll always remember him and adore the good times

      Hirantha IddamalgodaHirantha Iddamalgodaमहीने पहले
    • @Hirantha Iddamalgoda i don't even know if he came out of the coma because the family are rightly keeping quiet, the last thing they need is paparazzi swarming around

      Alexander ThompsonAlexander Thompsonमहीने पहले
    • @Alexander Thompson that's really horrible. I am still sad and so upset. Really tragic.

      Hirantha IddamalgodaHirantha Iddamalgodaमहीने पहले
    • @Hirantha Iddamalgoda maybe, tbh don't really know about Schumacher's life outside f1, apart from the obviously horrible accident he had

      Alexander ThompsonAlexander Thompsonमहीने पहले
  • To deny Lewis his achievements is to be a very sore looser... I do not like Lewis style personally but I respect him as probably one of the best F1 driver and ATM the best pilot, F1 has given us regarding his titles and victories. Unfortunately I am also sure there are a lot of people on the F1 world sphere who are probably racist by nature and will always try to diminish his achievements because of it even if they claim the contrary. I do not like monopolies in a sport, I never bought into Shumi's long streak of victories, I found it so boring that I stopped to watch F1 for years until recently with this new golden generation of funny and enjoyable new pilots (Pierre, Georges, Charles, Lando, Alex, etc... ) ... and I really hope, other teams will level the field to give us more interesting future seasons...

    Nicolas GrignonNicolas Grignonमहीने पहले
  • Great rundown you made it very interesting and easy to understand.

    Paul ReynoldsPaul Reynoldsमहीने पहले
  • Well, i would bet the equipement had a few thinhs to do with it as well

    Maurice MatlaMaurice Matlaमहीने पहले
  • The best car, lacklustre teammate had only won one championship before moving to Mercedes.

    GOAT FATHERGOAT FATHERमहीने पहले
    • Yes, hater spotted right there. Pipe down you bum. Inches away from winning title in rookie year; a couple of points from winning another when he had constant engine failures. I bet you can't even drive your wife to the shops.

      David CopsonDavid Copsonमहीने पहले
  • Peter love your commentary and insight.

    martyn edwardsmartyn edwardsमहीने पहले
  • Driving the best car by far for 7 years in a row doesnt hurt either. Hes is probably the best of the Tire endurance era drivers but there is nothing to suggest he would have thrived to the same extent during any other era. The cars are just 2 different from one era to the next . His one championship not in this era was a fortuitous one with the Singapore crash gate race having a huge impact on that championship. Had the race run normal Masa would not have had to make that fateful pitstip and the championship would have been his not Hamiltons but that is the luck of the draw.

    The Arsenal MisfitThe Arsenal Misfitमहीने पहले
    • I disagree. After every race he looks at mistakes, what could have been done better. He is relentless. His driving has evolved immensely since 2007 to reflect changes in car and tyre specification. He has identified which particular skill set is required to extract the maximum, and mastered it. As time has progressed his arsenal, or toolbox of skills simply grows. He is constantly moving toward completeness as a driver. I suspect strongly that he would have been very successful in any era of GP racing. Very similar indeed to Jimmy Clark.

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  • With you terrific knowledge of F 1 and the interaction between driver and car, you should give your opnion of the up coming drivers such as Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc, Lando Norris and George Russell

    John EliasJohn Eliasमहीने पहले
  • How Lewis drives is relative to what he drives and relative to who he drives against, he drives the best car and is atleast better than his team mate which in turn makes him nearly unstoppable. Everyone who has that technical advantage has a much greater chance of success . Pretty sure if Daniel Ricardo for example was by chance in Lewis seat for these dominant years he would be the one looking at a bucket full of championships .

    Miky KoonMiky Koonमहीने पहले
  • Goat doing goat things.

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