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If we accept that Alonso is no.1, you could make a case for the next 3 drivers coming in any order. Kimi's comeback was much better than almost anyone could have expected, but he probably lacked that ultimate edge. After his trials of 2012, Hamilton drove consistently well, with highs in Austin and Canada. Belgium qualifying and two tweet-gate incidents were his only real flaws. Vettel had a poor start to the season and made more mistakes than the others, but he fought back superbly and deserved the championship. I'd have ordered it Alonso, Vettel, Hamilton, Kimi - but, as I say, you can make the case for almost any order after Alonso.