It's complicated because neither Button nor Alonso are in the same league as Vettel, who is a perfect on saturday.
And the Red Bull need clean air for the best perfomance, otherwise see Webber. The straight line speed is even with KERS and DRS often lower than the speed from Ferrari, Mclaren or Mercedes without DRS.
We know the Red Bull is clearly the best car if you on position one after the first turn. And we know Vettel and Hamilton are the best Q3 drivers, so firstly I would say Hamilton is better suited for the Red Bull than Button or Alonso. And we know Hamilton has a bad year, with too many mistakes.
- so, the RBR car is so sh!t!e on the straight line. Straight line speed is the most important criteria for a car to be fastest on 1 lap. STR must be the best car on the grid.
- so, Vettel is in another league than Alonso and Button on saturday, is him making the difference, not the car. Can I dare to ask you if you have some evidence?
- so, Hamilton too is faster in Q3, who was beaten by Alonso 9-8 on Q2's in 2007.
- Newey is probably a sh!t!e engineer, but is Vettel that makes the car faster.
Now, please be honest and tell us which is your other nickname. Could be @Alarcon, or @gillesthegenius or maybe @bourbon? Be honest...
I have no reason to believe Alonso (or Button, Hamilton) would win against Vettel even with the same car, although I think he would have more points than Webber.
No reason. It's clear, Vettel is the boss.
P.S. Let's see how the "wonder kid" will do next year without EBD, coz in the only race without he didn't impress us Saturday, Sanday, all weekend long.