Knight of the thimble.
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Lewis is better than Schumi.
Schumacher always had weak teammates who were not allowed to race him.
Nope. Hamilton has basically always had competitive cars whereas MS could take inferior cars and win. He got far more poles simply because of more dominant cars.
It's Senna and Schumacher....and everybody else.
Schumacher had super inferior teammates. Almost contractually so.
And how many times did Schumacher screw Reubens?
Name the inferior car Schumi drove? The Benetton he won twice in? Maybe the first one that was Ford powered but that was the year Senna died if I'm not mistaken.
After that he had the Renault V-10 which was all conquering and even he couldn't beat the Williams Renault in his Ferrari.
And of course his DQ in 97 when he tried to run Villeneuve off the road.
Then it was on to Eddie Irvine and Reubens who literally got bent over and reamed by the team.
Enjoy your fantasy.
Even Jenson Button won a WDC in the same car that the next year was only good for 9th and 0 wins for Schumi.
A lot of babble but nothing substantial....as I expect.
FACT: MS won with an inferior car, because he's the superior driver. His knowledge helped get Ferrari back to being dominant. Hamilton, in comparison, was along for the ride.
Where are your non-babble substantial facts? You've said less than I have, just spouting your opinion...
Which car was inferior? The only possible one was the 94 Benneton Ford and that was the year Senna died.
After that Renault power or Ferrari. And Renault was good enough to allow Damon Hill and Villeneuve to get WDCs.
And even in a Ferrari he couldn't beat the McLarens.
Black eye for Jerez 97, huge face loss at your own US GP at Indy.
You have a selective memory.
Pretty much overrated.
I'd listen to Senna arguments but not Schumi.