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Alan Prost and Ayreton Senna are both (I believe) considered greats of F1, former McLaren man Jo Ramirez commented that 'when the car was perfect', even the great Senna could not get the better of Prost, bearing in mind how often 'any' driver has a perfect car, Prost could still beat plenty on the grid, on plenty of occasions Senna though would be a bridge too far in those less than perfect conditions. i could conclude that in the races Vettel has failed to win, he encountered a less than perfect car, this season in particular though, under those conditions, he remained in the hunt, as Alonso, Hamilton and Raikkonen (in my view the four standout performers) managed, they overcame misshaps, poor strategy etc to elevate themselves above their respective team mates, perhaps if Vettel could achieve his results against a stronger team mate Sir Jackie would reconsider. Earlier in the season I looked at what kind of points these guys were scoring when not winning races, needless to say Vette