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Leo, that just isn't true. In the second season Jenson was the only one who provided any sort of challenge to Vettel, Lewis was nowhere. Lewis was unlucky this year with the poor reliability of the car. Like I said, over three years these things start to average out. Lewis had the advantage at the start of knowing the team and car, blew up in the second year, but beat Jenson in the third year. Average over three years, very close.
Lewis is a terrfic driver, brilliant to watch on his day, but hasn't backed up the amazing start to his career. As Richard says, pole positions catch the headlines, but Lewis has only converted one in four to a race win.