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If Red Bull had two Mark Webbers running around in their cars, then we would have seen 4th and 5th place finishes in the drivers and constructor's championships in the last few years. No prize money, and no recognition. Red Bull would be another Williams.
Now, why cant Seb be the #1? Because he doesn't need that. He can win based on merit. This ordeal is a silly game of "we aren't like Ferrari." But in reality and all honesty, Sebastian is the virtual #1 at Red Bull simply because he is good enough and the car is good enough that he doesn't need "offical" designation as the #1 in order to dominate.