Sato on Alonso (Canada 2007)
Heidfeld on Alonso (I don't remember if Bahrain 2007 or Fuji 2007)
Kobayashi on Alonso (Valencia 2010)
Barrichello on Schumacher (Hungary 2010)
and many others - in particular against Massa in 2010 - i don't remember now..
All with Bridgestone tyres. Could you imagine a race like Turkey 2010 with these Pirelli tyres? the answer is NO. For example, both Hamilton and Button did destroy their race in Turkey 2011 as soon as they started to race each other.
Alonso was unlucky in 2010 because with Pirelli tyres and DRS in place, Petrov would have had no chance against him, and he would have been 3xWDC by now.
So i prefer Bridgestone type of tyre where you can properly defend your position without destroying them in 5 laps. (The only exception last year was Barcellona 2011 where Vettel with older Pirelli tyres was still capable to defend his position against Hamilton).
I dont prefer either tyre over the other (I regard it just as "different"), but I think Bridgestone pulled out of F1 at the worst possible timing, publicity wise. I think '11 with Bridgestone tyres wouldve been as exciting, probably more solid and easier to recognize each drivers position (not saying Pirelli was worse or anything, just in case).
People are so easy to forget that performance difference between cars were extremely close towards late 00s. Especially 08 and 09 the field was extremely tight, we often saw 1sec covered top 10, or 15 cars in quali. And 2010 cars were quite difficult to overtake due to sophisticated multiple deck diffuser (also blown diffuser) + front wing, as well as F-duct.
as soon as we saw sudden increase in numbers of overtakings in 2011, everyone was quick to dis Bridgestone without even thinking...forgetting about various factors such as DRS and KERS, and DDD ban. Even with Pirelli tyres Valencia and Abu Dhabi was as boring and still quite difficult to overtake, and drivers were still struggling with handling when get close behind the other car, due to the loss of downforce from front wing, which is so complicated and sensitive now. As pointed out, perfromance difference between Bridgestone's prime and option, and between new and old, was big enough, as demonstrated by Kobayashi/Valencia '10, Kubica/Singapore '10, to name just a few. Also it produced good battle in 2010 when condition and circumstance was right, eg Canada, Turkey, Spa etc. Issue was clearly on chassis side, not on tyres.