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Hi Richard, I see that we are in a way, comparing the exact same thing, just between two different era's ... just like the drivers, Fangio, Clark, JYS etc. and comparing to Schumacher, Alonso, Vettel, Kimi etc. Each one arguably the best of their era, but hard to compare directly, but you make a good point ...
So yea, I'm going to agree with you on that, but again, draw the differences, but if we were to look in the present day paddock, I would still put Brawn at the head of the list, again, I do see where you are coming from, and hopefully you'll recognise where I am coming from too. In terms of points then, even taking and allowing for all the changes, on an equal calculation he is by far and away the most successful, by a considerable margin. I suppose it's just what you consider to be the best, and apply that rule to all. Many ways to cut it as we know