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And all this stuff about qualifying. Sure it's important but only if you can translate pole into victory. If you win the race it doesn't matter where you start and since the win ratio between Lewis & Jenson is 10-8 to Lewis over the three years Lewis's superior qualifying ability obviously hasn't translated to results, has it? And don't talk crap about Lewis' failures, etc. Jenson had his share of DNFs as well).
In 1988 Senna outqualified Prost by 14-2, so Prost had only two poles, yet he ended the season with more points than Senna (Senna won because of the old stupid 'best of 11' rule). Prost would have been champion today!