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@ben, sorry mate, but you're talking nonsense. The Ferrari between 2000-2004 was the most competitive in the grid and the Renault that Button drove (2001-2002) just wasn't in the same race most of the time. Alonso is a great driver but his ascendency at Renault coincided with Ferraris decline. The first truly competitive car Jenson drove was the BAR in 2004, in which he was on the podium 9 times and finished 3rd in the championship behind the two Ferraris. 13 years in F1, but Jenson has only been in a competitive car in 5 of those. Before 2013 Lewis was in F1 6 years and was in a competitive car in 5 of those. Lewis' first two years were spent in the best car Completely different ratio altogether.
Button may not be the most exciting driver on the grid but neither was Jackie Stewart or Alain Prost. He's by far and away the most intelligent, as can be seen by his controlled driving yesterday.