The Lewis Hamilton Show goes on and on and you can't be other than deeply impressed. But again at Indianapolis the drivers expected to do the business for McLaren and Ferrari - double world champion Fernando Alonso and the mega-buck salaried Kimi Raikkonen - finished behind their teammates.
As far as Hamilton and F1 goes, we're coming from a position of zero reference. Lewis might well be the next Ayrton Senna, we don't know. If so, Alonso is doing very well.
But at Ferrari, the picture is more perplexing. We do have previous reference for Felipe Massa. We've seen him relative to Giancarlo Fisichella. And we've seen him relative to Michael Schumacher. He looked good, but not exceptional.
Raikkonen was perceived as a rocket who liked a party or two. You might not get the focus that sets apart the Ayrtons and Michaels, but the basic speed was never in doubt. So why isn't he blowing Massa's doors off?