Come on I remember Mansell giving Senna a lift.
But I think Mercedes missed out on a podium today, in the later stages it seemed as if Lewis had the faster car and had they swapped the cars he might have been able to catch Kimi.
Horner's been complaining about Vettel being booed.
Perhaps some of it could have been avoided if Horner had suitable chastied Vettel for failing to obey team-orders (In Malaysia). Sometimes it's as important how you behave on track as much as the results. For example Schumacher whilst remebered for breaking the F1 records, is also rembered for events such as Adelaide 94 (indcident with Hill) and with JV in 97. Ignoring a Black Flag at the British GP one year.