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Of the current drivers, only Alonso has 'so far' proven (for many years) that he has what it takes to possibly earn the title "great" in the future. Vettel has so far only won in a great car(the same goes for Hamilton). Both Vettel and Hamilton have only proven to be good and fast drivers, nothing more. There is not enough 'evidence' to either dismiss nor confirm that they have what it takes to be one of the truly greats.
And to those who keeps bringing up Vettel in a Torro Rosso: That Torro Rosso was identical with the Red Bull that year except for different logos and of course a 'better' engine branded Ferrari. By no means was it a bad car that year.
What Alonso did in a Benetton and is currently doing in a much inferior Ferrari is what you can call evidence of potential of becoming a great. He is the only one that looks remotely capable of matching the greatness of Schumacher, which in his turn just barely made it close to the same level as Senna and other greats.