“You don’t get to choose your opponent or have better equipment. So for me, [Roger] Federer, [Rafael] Nadal, [Novak] Djokovic, Phil Taylor in darts, Tiger Woods, [Lionel] Messi, [Cristiano] Ronaldo… it’s there to see.
“I wouldn’t have felt as good about my career in snooker if I had been playing on a table where the pockets I was using were bigger than my opponent’s.
“At least in snooker everyone has the same equipment and it is totally a level playing field. I don’t choose my opponents or the table.”
Quite simply, O’Sullivan couldn’t be more wrong.
Hamilton does have the dominant car on the F1 grid but he has more than proven his talents as one of the quickest drivers in history throughout his career.
His first championship win in 2008 with McLaren was won by a single point from Felipe Massa in the Ferrari.
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