Yes, well, on the specfics of the race at Belgium I thought both did well. Schumacher clearly benefited from having the dry setup during that phase of the race (the majority) and Rosberg vice versa. Overall I was more impressed with Schumcher, who despite starting a long way off his team mate finished a short way off him, than Rosberg, who was 100% at fault for the end plate/tyre contact IMO.
That´s true, still that does not discredit the good result of a driver in the 2010s, whether he accidentally has chosen the right set-up or he really felt that would be the way to go (can you judge the decision process of a driver from a distance, Garth?).
What I was getting at was not the fact that now it is more a lottery to get the right set-up, but the way of discrediting the achievement of a driver with the right set-up (it can also go wrong with even the right set-up, remember Alonso). Also, other drivers are free as well to chose e.g. wet set-up.
If you go down that lane you end up excusing the two victories of Button this year by saying: "he just was lucky to make the right calls". Well, that´s one part of the equation only, second part is you have to make it stick as well.
From what I have seen in 2010 Rosberg was better than Schumacher more often than not both in making the right calls and in making it stick.
On the whole season, obviously Rosberg has been the better driver. I'm not sure anyone would dispute that.