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Well then richard, you contradict yourself. Quote: "and currently it has been proven that vettel "is the best in the world" I accused you of doing exactly the same thing as Jense by making an "authoritative and simplistic" statement yourself - and you proved me right! And first you make the statement, then you go on to say that Loeb is probably the best. Which proves my point about the simplistic nature of the original statement. There are too many permutations to the entire process and you know it, because you made reference to it. There are inferior cars, superior cars, A aggressively taking B off in race C, X taking points off Y in race Z, etc. You may even be right that someone like Loeb is probably the best, because he displays a wider range of skills including speed, versatility and car control in varying and more difficult conditions and so forth. But my bigger point is don't criticise people of making statements and doing THE SAME things you sometimes do yourself!



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