Firstly, why does he seem to have more malfunctions and team errors in your eyes? Is that just luck, or sabotage, or poor relationships.
I'll add some more options for you. There is also incompetence, inexperience, manufacturing defects and design faults.
The pit stop issues for example, were a mixture of design faults and inexperience from what I can tell. But I'm not counting those as points lost, as the exact impact those stops had, is not clear. It's even questionable to think that they really did have an impact on points scored.
But mechanical failures...that's different, especially when it means that a driver retires from the lead. If you or others think it was driver related, I would like to hear why. And I would like to hear more than statistics that try to justify what seems to me, to be circular reasoning.
Secondly, if you are going to separate Lewis from the team like that, saying it's their job to provide him with a fast reliable car and his job to drive it, then you have to apply the same to Jenson. He as well has had bad pit stops, bad strategies, malfunctions etc, but mainly what the team has got wrong with Jenson, is the setup, the failure to get on top of the tyre issue. Given the pace he has shown when they got it right then I think it's fair to say he would have got a stack more points if they had got it right as often as they seemed to with Lewis. Ofc people will argue that it's the drivers job to get the setup right, and generally I would agree with them, but if we are divorcing the driver from the team, then it's actually the drivers job to provide feedback and the engineers job to get the setup right.
I'm not sure how I'm divorcing the driver from the team here, so I won't comment. I'm actually not sure of the point that you're trying to make, if I'm honest. Either you've not explained your stance clear enough, or I'm not bright enough to grasp what you're saying.