Not at all.
It’s a bit like the blog post where we vote for our favourite driver of the weekend – I don’t think that being the winning driver automatically makes that driver the driver of the weekend. I’m not inclined to vote for Hamilton simply because he was on pole, led the race for twelve laps and set the fastest lap. That’s what I’ve come to expect from him. On the other hand, Nico Hulkenberg qualified seventh, was consistently quick throughout the race and led for thirty laps, something that I wasn’t expecting him to do, so it stands out in my mind. Yes, he made a silly mistake that cost Hamilton a race win and got himself a drive-through penalty, but I’m willing to overlook that because he got my attention in such a positive way. It’s the way I’ve always voted for my drivers of the weekend. The only thing that has changed is that you disagree with my choice, and because my choice for the award took out your choice for the away, you’re accusing me of being a sore loser.
No, I’m not happy that Vettel won the title. I don’t think he deserves it, and after a season where the team flaunted the rule book, ruined the season with a dominant streak, and generally thumbed their noses at the fans, I would dearly like to see them get their comeuppance in 2013. But considering that Red Bull had nothing to do with Hulkenberg and Hamilton, for you to accuse me of taking out my frustrations on Hamilton by awarding driver of the weekend to someone else is deeply unfair.