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Moot points. You actually agree with me without realising it.
You choose to restrict the scope of your core argument to Newey's time at RBR. You're entitled to that choice. In the context of my main argument about the relative strengths of different teams/driver combinations, I am referring in essence to the start of each F1 season. And I am not talking just about the period from 2006, which you seem to be fixated with. You clearly ascribe all of Newey's F1 successes to Seb's driving and not to the genius of his car designs. Good for you, as you are entitled to that opinion. Seems to me you've been watching a different sport from me, so we'll have to agree to disagree.