Am I imagining it or does the better/more experienced driver seem to -- on average -- have the more reliable car? I'm thinking specifically about MS and RB's F2002 and McLaren ever since Kimi came on board. I seem to have non-specific memories of this pattern holding true for other teams as well over the years. IF I'm not imagining this, and historically, the "#1" driver has had fewer car failures, why is this? Is it because a more senior driver knows how to go fast while being gentler to his car? Or do teams give the better driver the better car?