You have to defend the inside. If Leclerc was attempting to pass on the outside, no question would ever have been asked.
Other tracks may be more exciting to drive e.g. Oulton Park (my favourite), Thruxton and Knockhill but none come close to Silverstone as being suitable for a modern F1 GP when you start to consider location, access, capacity, track safety etc.Pity they use Silverstone
In my opinion numerous other UK tracks that are better
David, ' nail, hit & head ' spring to mind. PS. Hope you are much better ..Hamilton was right. He went beserk LIVE ON tv that the World Cricket and the Men's Tennis final at Wimbledon should not have been scheduled on the same day as his Formula 1 record at Silverstone. The TV audience viewing figures for F1 were really sad comapred with the Cricket (2:1 in favour of the Cricket and 2.5:1 in favour of the Tennis. FIGURE IT OUT LEWIS. All the Mae Coupars in the world by Hamilton will not bring F1 back to the dominance it once enjoyed. Jackie Stewart brought it to the front when he described a race he was in with Jochen Rindt where they passed each other 31 times. In retrospect, the times I worked in F1 with Mclaren and Jordan were, for me, the golden years and when Flavio B instructed a deliberate crash in Singapore I switched off for ever. Excuse me, I have to run. I have an an open tin of emulsion paint and I want to watch it go dry.