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@Taz, your points are well taken. My cynicism is directed more as the comment pertains to Ferrari. Obviously it took a while for Red Bull to get its act together, viz. the 40+ point lead Alonso held for a while, but in the back half of the season for Horner to claim they weren't dominant over their main rival (and only rival for the championship in the last few events) is disingenuous. I was at the Austin event and the Red Bull's superiority was plain. For Vettel to be able to turn half the laps of his competitors, then go out, pop off a lap that was faster by eight-tenths (or more) than anybody else, then retire to the pits and wait while everybody tried in vain to catch up, you can't tell me the car wasn't superior. Obviously they have one of the best drivers as well, but that is one stable and seriously quick machine.