@GeorgeDaviesF1 Probably Canada, Spa, Monza too. Canada Seb was pulling masses of time on everyone in the wet; then when it started to dry the McLarens became the stronger cars. Spa; had Hamilton not crashed out from P2 (I think?) and Button not qualified so low (mostly the team’s fault) they could easily have won there. And had Hamilton not been sleeping at the Monza restart he would have held off Schumacher; and would probably have been quicker at Monza too.
On the flip side; I don’t think Abu Dhabi, Japan, and Germany were clear cut. In Abu Dhabi, though McLarens were quicker in qualifying, I think had Vettel not got his tyre booboo into Turn 2; he probably would have won there; though obviously I don’t know that for sure, and we will never know. Japan I think McLaren were quicker in qualifying – but in the race, Red Bull were just about nip and tuck with McLarens in terms of out and out pace; but the McLaren kept its tyres together better.
Germany is a bit weird – not the country, I meant how the race was in terms of the competitive order. On the softs Ferrari/Red Bull/McLaren were nip and tuck. But McLaren was just about the only car that could use the hards.