Why Hamilton and Alonso are both right

Why Hamilton and Alonso are both right

The latest war of words between Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso blew up at Valencia. Jonathan Noble explains why they're both right to fight their corners

I don't profess to be an expert on 19th century German poetry - in fact I couldn't tell you the first thing about German poetry from any era - but I did share some affinity after Valencia with a quote that popped up on a search engine from German poet and dramatist Christian Friedrich Hebbel.

He wrote: "Nothing great in the world has ever been accomplished without passion."

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