@jleigh Good question Jake, I think both were excellent drives to be honest, Lewis dispelled the theory that he chews up his tyres quicker than Jenson, and he was pretty close to catching Rosberg towards the dying stages of that race. Seb proved that he can overtake, but he’s done that before, though some people won’t recognise that yet…
Hang on the mechanic is applying torsion to the nose, while the FIA’s test was essentially determining the bending stress of the wing. Maybe the nose is deforming because it is designed to accommodate the bending stresses from the downforce at high speed, and maybe that’s why it passes the FIA’s test, but is seen to deform here?
Accusing Kobayashi was Hamilton’s immediate reaction. By the time the camera crews caught up with him, he had the far more neutral and non-committal “I don’t know what happened”, probably because someone told him that he hadn’t seen an interview.
@prisoner-monkeys These are all your assumptions, you cannot start an argument and bring what you fantasised what happened. Do you have any facts that this actually occurred?