F1 » Button on top in Bahrain as Toyota wait goes on


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mclaren4lyf - Unregistered

April 26, 2009 3:02 PM

yeh,yeh button thinks he has this newly discovered talent but its all about those diffusers,i give to vettel for not being his reskless self and for red bull for proving yet again that they have the best non-diffuser car, my question is WHAT HAPPENS TO MCLAREN NOW WHERE DOES OUR HOPE LIE,AND TO ACHIEVE WHAT EXACTLY CAUSE WE CERTAINLY DONT HAVE THE CHAMPIONSHIP.

Alec X - Unregistered

April 26, 2009 3:18 PM

mclaren4lyf what are you on? Jensen has always had talent, he's just never had a good car. And Vettel is not reckless, he's just young, he's gonna be a champion. Mclaren are old news, it's all about Brawn/Red Bull now.

2Pac - Unregistered

April 26, 2009 3:36 PM

mclaren4lyf,

it's good that the same team doesn't win all the time. Ferrari and McLaren have been the most successful teams of the past few years but look how exciting the season has become now the status quo has been shaken up.

I would warn anyone against writing off Ferrari and McLaren despite their poor start to the season. Both have the resources to recover very quickly once the European season begins.

AK - Unregistered

April 26, 2009 3:36 PM

none of the top 3 put a foot wrong!!

its the era of new champions!!

button/vettel/trulli..i hope the championship decides between them!

mclaren4lyf - Unregistered

April 26, 2009 3:36 PM

so everyone with talent needs a good car even after so many years you cant even come close to winning a podium,because you needed a good car....i see.what whatever you call it recklessness, youth vettel has alot to work on but his showing progress,he has TALENT.his next in line on my list to hamilton.

JJ - Unregistered

April 26, 2009 3:46 PM

Toyota should have won the race today, but they messed it up themselves by choosing the prime tires for the second stint.

Really a bad mistake because they've had to have known it would cost them nearly a second per lap. McLaren clearly knew judging by what they said on the radio to Hamilton about the prime beeing way too slow.

I guess Toyota thought the options would go down a lot more on a longer stint but still...They would have at least been 2nd and probably 1st with Trulli if they'd done it right. Very bad call by the strategists.

mclaren4lyf - Unregistered

April 26, 2009 3:48 PM

I must say brawngp is way above and has provided a great challenge to both mclaren and ferrari,and probably red bull has done the same but that doesnt mean they should kick usaway instead they should join us(okay i know i sound retarded but what do you expect a mc fan to sound like in such desperate times.)

2Pac - Unregistered

April 26, 2009 3:51 PM

regardless of talent if you haven't got a good car the chances are you wont win. it's very rare that a driver can make the difference. I think one of the only ways to judge the talent of any driver is to compare them to their team mate because the cars are the same bar setup and strategy. So I believe Alonso, Hamilton & Vettel are the class acts at the moment because their performance far outshines their team mates with the same equipment so the conclusion has to be they are making the difference.

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