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Hamilton is a strong candidate for the title, but he's enjoyed the privilege of being nurtured by the top team, so in that regard he is like 2000-2006-vintage Schumacher - always No 1 driver. It's not written in the contract, but Heikki's yielding to Hamilton is enough to prove it. Besides, a F1 pundit in Croatia, a former Ecclestone's employee with strong connections with the top F1 teams informed the public in Serbia that Hamilton's car for strictly set up for a wet race (which is the reason why he struggled in qualifying), but since the rain was a sure thing, Heikki's tactics and subsequent pole position meant nothing. Don't get me started on how there's no preference in Ron Dennis' team. Yuk!
hamilton,vettel,kubica are championship material imo.whether they win one or not is a different matter.
I think all of the younger guys are championship materials given the right team and car to drive. Adrian Sutil always gets overlooked but i think he has done a good job with a crappy car. But to me it's Rosberg, Vettel, Kubica, and Ralf Schumacher................JK
Rosberg, Vettel, Kubica and Hamilton.
"F1 won't change me" -Jenson Button, just weeks before dumping his girlfriend of five years and buying a Ferrari