The Canadian Grand Prix saw Toro Rosso's Jean-Eric Vergne score a 6th place, behind Mercedes, Red Bull and Alonso, albeit a lap down on winner Sebastian Vettel. Vettel was the only driver ever to score a better result in a Toro Rosso than 6th, and Vergne had scored 29 points in his year-and-a-third in F1, to compare to only 17 for Daniel Ricciardo. We knew he couldn't qualify, but he was seen as Toro Rosso's Sunday half of their two drivers. Should Mark Webber retire in the near future, surely he'd be considered as their replacement... Since then, he has somewhat justified Red Bull's decision to go for Ricciardo. In the 10 races since, 12th is his best result, and Ricciardo has caught up in the career points ranking; they're now at 29 each. While Ricciardo's Sunday pace has hardly been spectacular, he turned a blistering one-off qualifying Q3 appearance into a regular slot since he was announced as Red Bull's latest driver. So what's gone wrong for JEV. Was he simply achieving the results that vaulted him past Ricciardo on a bit of a fluke and mugging his team-mate of points? Has the loss of car number 2 left him demotivated and thus his form has dipped? Either way, I struggle to see how he is going to stay in Formula One unless there is a significant upturn in form - he needs to nick some points to keep his reputation for doing so.