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1.Alonso 2.Raikkonen 3.Hamilton. That's my prediction. To my mind that's objective. Alonso outdrove his slower car and almost beat Vettel in a much more superior machinery. Kimi was an underdog, but came out as a comeback king, outperformed everyone but Alonso and Seb. And that's after 2 years away! Lewis was arguably the fastest driver of the season and failure to fight for the title wasn't his fault. We may argue whether Seb was better than Lewis, but there's no doubt Alonso and Kimi performed much better. So I don't see why some question objectivity of Seb's position in the ranking..