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Alonso is able to put a less-than-perfect car into a far higher position than it deserves - witness his performances at Minardi. The various opinions here (including mine) are largely meaningless. His (Vettel's) peers also tend to agree that Alonso is the yardstick to be judged by. As was Clark - and Stewart, for that matter.
When Vettel has taken a poor car and performed better than it should allow, or taken a team in the doldrums and brought it back to the front, then you might call him a "great".