Which top team mates has Kimi beaten & alonso for that matter.
All this rubbish about how we need to see Vettel against a Top tier teammate to see how good he really is.
Yet Alonso & Raikkonen are seen as absolute top class without being under the same scrutiny.
From 2005 to 2006, he burried a driver who was then said to be the most underrated driver. And he burried him much deeper than Vettel did with Webber (may it qualifying- or race-wise).
In 2007, Alonso was on par with a then verrrrry soon-to-be champ (whether the latter was a rookie or not doesn't matter, as he was already that good, that he was about to become the youngest champ in the following year... still the best youngest champ, by the way, as he was also 23 years of age (as Vettel in 2010) but with not clearly the best car when he became WDC). So, that driver was clearly not a "normal" rookie when Alonso faced him.
From 2010 to 2013 he, at least, burried a 20-seconds champ with a car which was not good (2010) or, by far, not good enough for championships (2012) and he still missed them by a few iotas.
From 2014 onwards, he has to face one of the four absolute best drivers and, of course, another world champion.
Who knows, maybe from 2015 onwards, his list of champ teammates gets even longer, if he faces Button at McLaren-Honda.
It is everything else than rubbish "to demand" seasons where Vettel, even if the car is dominant, is "at least" paired with Alonso/Hamilton as teammates or where the car is at best on par with another team (something like further 2009s). Or where the car is third-best, at best, where we can see what he can do with those cars. I'm not talking about a win in a bad car, by the way. Those kind of things can happen: Fisichella/2003, Panis/1996 or almost happen (Hill/1997, Fisichella/2009, Perez/2012). I'm talking about sitting in mostly third-best-kinda material over a season and being runner-up at the championship or something like that.
Everybody is fed-up with these "cheap" championships.