You may choose to criticise Lewis Hamilton for his off-track lifestyle. You could troll him for his (now erased) social media antics. Or you might question some of his fashion choices. But if there is one area where you would really struggle to knock him, it's for what he achieves on track.
Hamilton's charge to the 2017 Formula 1 championship, which was sealed as Sebastian Vettel's title challenge fell apart in Asia, was perhaps his most complete season in grand prix racing so far.
The peaks were high, records were broken, and there were very few lows. In fact, beyond a qualifying error in Brazil (which came after the title was won), it is difficult to recall a moment when the Mercedes driver made an error of any serious consequence. Vettel, on the other hand, will need no reminding about his Azerbaijan, Singapore or Mexico incidents.