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"you cant even stop him when he's been dropped to the back of the field with a damaged car"
Funny that, because Hamilton WOULD have stopped him 3 times easily if it weren't for mechanical failures. Hamilton DID stop him in Austin when the Red Bull was at its best. Alonso DID stop him in the wet. Rosberg AND Maldonado DID stop him when the Red Bull wasn't amazing.
I'll never take away Vettel's ability because he is one of the best and has pulled out some sensational performances and, regardless of the hate for him, you cannot be a back-to-back triple champion without talent. But you must have the car to do it to, an in that regard he is not in the same class as Alonso or Hamilton for driving the stink out of a lacklustre machine.
Yes, many congratulations to Vettel for a great 2012, but never forget those 4 back-to-back wins came when the car was good, Vettel was decidedly mid-card earlier in the season when the car wasn't there.