It is clear that he´s referring to Hamilton. Despite his sense of persecution from English press, Fernando was surprisingly open with Jake when he visited Maranello some weeks ago. Fernando even gave to Jake another good interview last weekend.
Jake seems to love Jenson, who have a close relantioship with Coulthard and maybe with the entire BBC team. So, it is not Jenson here…
I believe that is Hamilton because he is getting bad articles from James Allen, Will Buxton, Adam Cooper (who complained that Lewis dind’t collaborate to the press in the Italian GP) and – week in week out – from Edd Strawn in Autosport.
Strawn seems to hate him to the core…
It looks like a pattern.
Even Lee McKenzie looks irritated with Lewis:
“…The irony is that although Hamilton seems to be publicly beating himself up about his performances, if anyone else asks about his comings-together with Felipe Massa, Pastor Maldonado, Kamui Kobayashi or any other incident, then they are deemed the bad guys.
The guy has had a tough season, there’s no doubt about that. He has always carried a huge reputation and when another young gun like Sebastian Vettel rocks up and wins back-to-back world championships, then he’s bound to wonder why he’s not in that situation.
Also, he’s in the rare position (for him) of being beaten by a team-mate, and his perceived persecution by the stewards has not helped his mindset either.
Whether he has problems in his personal life – as has been reported – is not really any of our business, although it’s more difficult not to bring it into the equation when he is so publicly downbeat – even after taking a stunning pole position and breaking the Red Bull season-long run at Yeongam…”
She wrote this in Autosport this week.
Among the big guys, only Joe Saward looks neutral with Lewis right now.
In short, yeah, it is Lewis.