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The fun for Felipe appears to be winning, he hasnt had a car good enough to put him in that position since the end of 2008, while his team mate has found a way to win seven times in the same car, even Kimi won in the F60 once Ferrari had there 'racing' attention taken away from Felipe. He's getting crushed by Alonso, but could look at Jenson Buttons revival against Lewis Hamilton last year, or Mark Webber and his early season results/demenure in comparison to Vettel, Ferrari though may have the biggest gulf between its drivers compared to any team on the grid