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It'd make more sense to compare him to the current Toro Rosso drivers, neither of whom have regularly shone. Always seemed like he and Buemi were getting the most out of a fairly poor package, look what Jaime consistently did from 18th on the grid last year.
Are the 3 young drivers you mention really that much better? Maldonado has made the top 10 twice - hardly 'shocking' although I'm surprised it's been that often. Perez is a gifted driver making good use of a solid car with great tyre wear, and Grosjean has landed back in a really good car and made decent use of it. Don't forget that Jaime came in with no GP2 experience as per Red Bull's masterplan.