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@Taipan - you are probably right about Andretti. I was never a fan of his in either series. I still think that the car was not very good though. It just showed that at times Senna was able to rise above it's faults on race day. Even then getting passed by Irvine in the Jordan really shows that it was a dog. Indycar has never been at the same level as F1 but in the last 20 to 30 years it was probably the closest just before the split. The cars are different enough that it is really not fair to say which series has the best drivers. Some drivers will excel in one or the other while a rare few can excel at both. Even Mansell had a dismal year in his second Indy season.
We forgot to mention Montoya as he did very well in both yet he cannot win on an oval in NASCAR.