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    The results are pretty interesting, but it also shows that while for 2009 and 2010 Vettel’s car had more problems than Webber’s (by 30% and 260%), starting from 2011 and all the way until now, that trend has reversed into a 20%, 25% and 50% advantage for Vettel.

    My opinion is that this goes to show how the balance of powers shifted within RB during these years. It’s natural that in a resource-limited game, such is F1, you are going to have to make decisions about which driver gets more of your attention, that meaning a car suited to its liking and a better team of mechanics. It’s not a secret who these drivers are in the other teams, namely Alonso and Hamilton, so I don’t see a problem in recognizing that, after 2010, the one for RB was Vettel.

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