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blublz, i am a little disappointed that in your reference to the one who had the quickest car in oz compared to the guy who is being praised in this article you have not mentioned the mistakes made by the team with the supposed fastest car. If not for those mistakes would not the driver who is leading his teammate by forty points be leading this years championship by now? Maybe this could answer your query as to why the driver who can only race when team orders is in his favour is in front of the only driver to finish above him while being a double world champion in similar cars.
And blublz last i looked the 2007 standings said Kimi winner Hamilton runner up Alonso third, something about count back. But can we really feel sorry for a driver who comes to a team and tells the team principal that by employing a rookie it could compromise the teams chances of the WCC only for that rookie to finish above him. LMAO at that comment from you no who.