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@JJJ: It is all trivial to say the least, but regarding the qualifying times....the rookie last season in the team was Vergne, he did not know 75% of the tracks he was on and yet with that handicap he still managed to outscore his opponent (which apparently the managers at RB/TR care about). And ofcourse favorable circumstances have to be mentioned because it seems on couple of occasions it was all down to luck. But in F1, numbers speak louder than words.....overall, Vergne was exceptionally average last season and yet he came out on top. In addition, he seemed to have done his homework during the winter season and I noticed that he outpaced Ricciardo both in Jerez AND Barcelona. With that said, I agree with Luke wholeheatedly, this season is the ONE that matters for both of the drivers. Well, they better not bottle it!!