I generally don’t tend to dislike people for long periods of time. Even then I can still justify quite well reasons for liking them and why they should be (or be back in) the F1 paddock.
Nelsinho Piquet, Flavio Briatore and Pat Symonds – Has been well-documented elsewhere on this thread. I didn’t like Nelsinho before the well-documented incident and he is probably the only driver I’ve consistently disliked. I find the large man from Milan repellent but oddly fascinating. Symonds I can’t say I’m a fan of either.
Bernie – without him the sport would be nothing, but he’s going senile and really needs to think before he speaks.
Max Mosley – Nepotism, arrogance and snobbery all exhibited in one being.
Jean Todt – I do approve generally of his running of the FIA but I really can’t warm to him
Jarno Trulli – Really lost a lot of respect for him after his driving at the tail end of 2009.
Button – I like (tolerate) him a bit better now but I’ve never warmed to him or his driving “abilities”.
Jaime Alguesuari – Don’t think he’s anything exceptional as a driver and I really can’t stand all this “I’m a cool hip happening DJ b****cks! Actually come to think of it that really really really grates on me.
Max Clifford – Making money out of money-grabbing fame-whores since 1970. And snaring a few unsuspecting sports stars on the way….