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I'm not sure the RBR or Ferrari point differentials between team mates is necessarily a fair comparison to what goes on at McLaren. Alonso is clearly the number 1 at Ferrari, and there have certainly been times where Mark has been told to "Maintain the gap (Silverstone if I'm remembering correctly) to Vettel." Regardless of what people say with regard to Jenson having the best car for the first half of 2009, or Lewis getting past Glock at the last corner in 2008, the McLaren line up has been the only one on the grid the last several years featuring 2 different WDCs. That said, it will be interesting to see how Hamilton can fare against Rosberg in what is likely to be a mid-pack Mercedes (unless Brawn and the team at Brackley have some secrets up their sleeves).