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@darth, it's funny how people like you come on to these forums and make these pronouncements that are completely untrue simply because of your own prejudice against a certain driver. At no time in the 2009 season did Jenson have a 2 second advantage over his 'peers', it was always much closer than that in qualifying. While Honda may have spent a small fortune developing a car for the 2009 season, having built dogs for the previous 3 years, the Brawn version of that organization had nothing like those resources and could not develop the car throughout the season the way some of their competitors could. That is why the Brawn went backwards in the latter part of the year, nothing whatsover to do with Jenson's driving ability.