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Jimmy c Fastest laps for the race make interesting reading actually puts the Ferrari a very close second to the Red Bull with just over 1 tenth of a second between them (actually 0.126 of a second) Third fastest was Kimi but his fastest lap was almost half a second slower(0.494) whilst Jenson's Mclaren was 0.569 back in 4th fastest position. So you see the Ferrari is not such a slouch of a car as Ferrari and Alonso would have us believe. By your simplistic method of using this race as the basais for determining the best driver for the last 20 years then surely it should be Kimi at the top of that list closely followed by Seb.

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