Not to mention the Ferrari was arguably the better car in 2017,18 and probably '19 (because they were cheating). If Hamilton was driving that car he would have won the Championship with it, imo.He may have a point but Hamilton had to prove himself over many years before he was able to drive the best car .
There's something in it because the team is in the competition too . A direct comparison isn't really possible ,unless it's like for likeIf the cars are not created equal then obviously the better cars will give those drivers an advantage.
If all the cars were exactly the same...would Hamilton still win?
Nikki Lauda moved heaven and earth to get him to Mercedes.I can't think of a sport that has fewer variables than snooker. If you have technique as good as Ronnie's the ability to win or lose is all between his ears. In motor racing you can still come a cropper even in the fastest car as you are operating in a much more varied environment.
If anyone could win in that car why do his team pay him millions to drive for them? Presumably they could hire a test driver from the worst team and pay them peanuts. But they don't so Ronnie's opinion is clearly bollocks, as great as he is in his own game.
Put all the drivers in a Haas or Williams and he'd still win.How would Hamilton get on in another car?
Has Hamilton ever been in a shite car? I can only remember him in a Mclaren or a mercedes. He never seemed to have served his time in one of the second division cars or teams