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Arrows - The 2012 car certainly started pretty poorly, but as early as Spain it wasn't anywhere near as bad as claimed by Alonso/Ferrari and the media hype. It was also consistently one of the very best cars off the line, which is where Alonso did most of the work (good for Alonso, seeing as most of the time he couldn't qualify his way out of a paper bag). His race starts were generally very well executed, but the rest of the races were mostly just some solid driving, maybe with some luck in other drivers retiring. And when Massa finally switched back on, he was performing better than Alonso. The wizardly of Alonso's driving was more hype than reality.