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You guys..... I've already tried having this whole debate with JohnO.
His basic idea is to try and make the RB look bad so he can "try" and make Seb look better than he is.
I still agree with Stewart. To me a true "great" is a driver who does amazing thing before and after they have the best car, drove "epic" races for the history books and generally be know as easily the best driver in the field. Seb is not easily the best driver, I would say Ferdi is. Seb did nothing outright in the STR as Monza was a fluke - All the front runners were caught out in quali because of rain and started well down the field so he didn't beat them outright and fair and square, but still he took the lucky opportunity and grabbed it so he does score some points there. Compare that to Senna's first win where he did win quali and the race fair and square by skill. His first 2 years at Lotus he got 15 poles and 4 wins, compared to Sebs lucky 1 and 1. Thats the difference between a great and pretty good driver