F1 » Button: The car doesn't feel like it did – and we don't know why


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FreddyFreeloader - Unregistered

July 26, 2009 6:36 PM

Not much wrong with that Brawn. JB and RB did'nt get it done in qualifying that's all. The one thing we've seen this season is you you can't make up for poor qualifying in the race, no matter what. The tyres seem to chew up when you push and you go slower

andrewm

July 26, 2009 7:09 PM

Yet another constructive comment from Fluffy .....

The problem (as I see it) is that Brawn hit the ground running at the start of the year and all the other teams at best were doing a gentle jog. Now all the jogging teams are running and Brawn have run out of breath and have dropped to a jog.

XHannahX

July 26, 2009 8:22 PM

Brilliant analogy there Andrew. :)

I loved it when Jenson radioed in complaining and they replied 'Just drive Jenson!' in a slightly frustrated voice which I'm not surprised about, Button was being quite pesimistic all weekend.
:D

bowski - Unregistered

July 26, 2009 11:38 PM

jenson's driving style has not changed this season, the car has not changed everyone else has taken big steps forward! they say 1 month worth of development is worth 1 tenth a lap it just seems that brawn has not taken any steps forward and that must be very frustrating for jb and rb.still 4 weeks till next gp fingers crossed brawn will be back quote "to kick ass"

p.s loved jb reaction to alonso's quali time f@*$ing hell! :p

Mosleyssorebuttocks - Unregistered

July 27, 2009 1:32 AM

Has Renault taken big steps forward?I think not! That's the difference between men and boys.Compare the reaction of Jenson who's getting frustrated because the Brawn's been caught,passed and left behind to Mr Alonso who took todays events in his stride.That's why Jenson aint going to be world champion this,or any other year.Whoever wins this year is just keeping the seat warm for Fernando. I think either Red Bull will sneak in and nick it a la Kimi in 2007

SignorBenzini

July 27, 2009 2:53 AM

at this point, the favorite to take WDC for 2009 has got to be... shockingly... Mark Webber!

Vettel couldn't keep his nose clean at the start and that was his race. Webber has the skill, the car, the team, and the experience.

Hamilton will win a few more, and maybe Ferrari will compete for podiums for the rest of the year. But Brawn has faded.

It is between Webber and Vettel and it just may be Webber's turn.

Fred - Unregistered

July 27, 2009 11:00 AM

Another problem Brawn has is RB is a problem not a help for the rest of the season - Red Bull is united, strong and moving forward without KERS.

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