Australia: McLaren > Red Bull
Malaysia: Ferrari, McLaren > Red Bull
China: McLaren, Mercedes > Red Bull
Australia - This comes from the guy who constantly repeats that qualy pace does not equal race pace when someone speaks highly of Alonso.
Red Bull were easily on par with Mclaren over race trim.
Malaysia - I agree about Ferrari, but not about Mclaren. Vettel was catching Hamilton by quite a bit before his puncture.
China - Again, I agree about Mercedes but not about Mclaren.
Webber and Hamilton were wheel to wheel all race long, which one of those two is a better driver, you think?
Once again, Red Bull were certainly equals with Mclaren on race trim.
Bahrain: Red Bull >>> McLaren
I have that fixed for you.
Red Bull on their day were one-two seconds quicker than Mclaren.
Spain: Ferrari, Williams, McLaren > Red Bull
Monaco: Red Bull = Ferrari = McLaren = Mercedes
Mclaren equal to Red Bull and Mercedes? Really?
Is that why Hamilton was struggling like crazy with the tyres, while Button was fighting a Caterham?
Canada: Red Bull = Ferrari = McLaren
Britain: Red Bull, Ferrari > McLaren
Germany: Red Bull = Ferrari = McLaren
And how come you didn't mention Europe, where Vettel was two seconds faster than Hamilton thanks to his illegal engine mapping? Why not mention all the races?
And please don't use his alternator failure as an excuse, as you didn't think twice about mentioning Abu Dhabi. Hypocrisy much?
Hungary: McLaren, Lotus > Red Bull
Lotus was much quicker than Mclaren in the race, and Red Bull were by no means far behind. If anything, Vettel was easily as quick as Hamilton on the race.
Belgium: McLaren > Red Bull
Italy: McLaren, Ferrari > Red Bull
Singapore: Red Bull = McLaren
Japan: Red Bull > McLaren
Korea: Red Bull, Ferrari > McLaren
India: Red Bull > McLaren
Agree with all of them.
Abu Dhabi: McLaren > Red Bull
Based on what? Vettel made a mistake on his quick lap and was outqualified by Webber. Hamilton might have taken pole, but Red Bull were 2 and 3, and where was Button?
USA: Red Bull = McLaren
Brazil: McLaren > Red Bull, Ferrari
Agree about USA.
Brazil - No. Red Bull had the pace to take pole position. Likewise, Vettel was easily the fastest car in the race when he had to push, even despite exhaust damage.
8 races where McLaren was faster than Red Bull
5 races where Red Bull was faster than McLaren
Not quite mate.
Red Bull quicker in Bahrain, Monaco, Europe, Britain, Japan, Korea and India. They were clearly ahead of Mclaren in all those races, apart from Monaco which might be debated. That's 7
Mclaren quicker in Spain, Belgium and Italy. Those were the only times Mclaren were ever really quicker, all the other races you listed were doubtful/very close. That's 3
They were give or take equal in every other GP on race trim.
Despite having a slower car overall, without his misfortunes, Hamilton would've beaten Vettel this season. Similar to Jacques Villeneuve and Michael Schumacher in 1997.
Interesting, isn't it?