Hate? Strong word there. No, the difference here is that we are comparing Chandhok with Trulli, not Senna. And before we were all a little unsure of how competitive the HRT drivers were because of different equipment and obviously being far slower and harder to drive cars. But at Lotus, we have a very good baseline with the current drivers, we know the car is faster than something else so we all know where the cars should be. We now have a clearer picture for how good Chandhok is. He no longer has the excuse of driving a car that looked a handful, he was behind the wheel of a much easier machine and still managed to spin it in every session. I'm not denying that Chandhok can do better with more practice and more experience of the car. But the potential he has shown and the huge amount of mistakes don't indicate a super-talent. Contrasting it with Ricciardo's showings and its pretty bad really.