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MS is still the most successful all time FI driver. We are not going to see that equalled in a while if ever. The man is still a consumate professional and on a track where out and out aerodynamics are less of an advantage is as fast if not faster than the rest. The pole position at Monaco this year affirms that. He loves to race that is why he came back but it is hard to keep motivated after so many years in F1 when the technical changes are done for the "show" and have little to do with driver performance. Nobody who has ever worked with MS has ever questioned his ability to get the best out of any team he has worked with be it Benetton, Ferrari or Mercedes.