So Belgium and Monza negate 24 successive races without car faillures?
Or 24 races without any crucial mistakes.
Do Belgium and Monza negate the 50+ and now 90+ points that Vettel and Hamilton have lost?
It doesn’t change the fact that he had to drive a dog of a car for the first four races either. Frankly, even now, while Ferrari have had a good car since Spain it hasn’t necessary been the best either.
Do Belgium and Monza negate that Räikkönen lost 42 more points than Alonso in 2005
Once again you continue to ignore that Mclaren was much faster than Renault in 2005, often by over half a second. Fisichella only managed 3 podiums that season.
or that Vettel lost 81 more points than Alonso in 2010?
Again, see above.
I can’t believe you consider Alonso fortunate for gaining perhaps 25% victories in his career throughout others misfortunes, but Vettel isn’t lucky to be gifted a dominant Newey car 2 consecutive seasons.
I would like to see a season where Alonso is fighting for the championship because he is the fastest driver, not because he is lucky enough to drive bullet-proof cars. So yes, when yet again one of Alonso’s close competitors face misfortune while Alonso picks up the pieces, I do not find it a surprising result.
2006 bro, watch 2006. He beat Schumacher in give or take equal cars, fair and square, despite losing equal or more points that season. Why? Because unlike Schumi, he didn’t make any mistakes.
That’s just the driver he is.