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Does anyone remember Suzuka 2005 where Alonso and Kimi drove like they cars better than the rest of the field. That was a year when the FIA was changing rules, tires and giving Renault and Mclaren hard times to help Ferrari win the title. Real talents shone through and Alonso took the title.
In-team politics didn't allow raikkonen to be at his best at Ferrari therefore we hear Kimi saying that he would never go work with Mr. Di Montezemelo again and no one can compare the Massa of then to the Massa of today, it jus shows weakness of argument.
Over race weekends we do have to types of driver setups, those who go for more of a quali setup to get raw speed out of the car, Lewis, Romain, Kamui, Heikki who all generally qualify well and drivers who go for a compromised setup, Fernando, Kimi, Jenson, Di Resta, Perez, who generally move forward during the race so one cannot compare the grid results but look at the race ending results which is the part that matters. If people can't see that