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@twowheelsareenough - seriously champ, now you're just embarrassing yourself. Perez has not won a race. Vettel drove well for his maiden win, but it was largely due to the team gambling on switching to a wet set up after quali. If that race were dry, Vettel would certainly not have won.
Ricciardo has done nothing better than Buemi or Algersuari, huh? How about 5 straight top ten qualifying performances? His race results are comparable - all three have a highest finishing position of 7th.
As to Ricciardo vs Vergne - Ricciardo has been dudded by poor strategy calls on a number of occassions and while Vergne has been driving well, he is quite simply not as quick as Ricciardo. I doubt the team boss of the triple WCC would get that call wrong - he definitely thinks Ricciardo is the pick over Vergne.
I've no idea why you think a win or pole position is required by either of the STR drivers to be promoted. You're deluded if you think that the STR8 is capable of being driven to pole positio