Originally Posted by UltimateBMW
Second half of page 1 is to what I was refering. But I meant what-if's about Kubica, not Raikkonen, driving when he was not.
Apologies, I just had Raikkonen on the brain.
You pretty much made the same point here anyways.
Makes more sense now. If the car was such shit, I don't know how Heidfeld and Petrov were both able to podium with it and how Petrov and Senna were both able to pepper themselves into Q3 on several occasions. They were mixed in or just behind Ferrari and Mercedes who have some of the best drivers in the sport. With a real driver, which Kubica certainly is, I think they would have easily been fighting with McLaren and Ferrari.