F1 » Button vows to 'get his ar*e together' with no team orders

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August 24, 2009 3:44 PM

Rubens has got a lot of talent and even more experience and after spending so many years in second place i think he deserves a title. As has been said before this championship is jensons to lose. I hope brawn gp does take a title this year because i think next year all the teams will be back on par.


August 24, 2009 4:18 PM

I cannot belive Button has admitted he needs to "pull his trousers up". This is likely to be his best chance to win the championship and he comes out with this statement. He should not be short of motivation to get the job done, i think he is resting on the points advantage from the first half of the season and didnt think anybody would catch him. Think again Jenson you are not champ yet and on present form might not be.

Ed - Unregistered

August 24, 2009 4:47 PM

Go Rubens!
This win was hard earned, probably the most difficult win of Brown GP, that is way is so significant.

It will be a interesting season ending... with Macca back on form, Ferrari and Williams a regular point scorers the odds go to JB, but with 2 more races like Valencia the situation will change up side down.

Lets not forget RBR, they will bounce back.

Steven from Belgium - Unregistered

August 24, 2009 5:45 PM

Jenson is the only driver that scored points in every race this year and finished only 2 times after Rubens. What to think about Webber? I think if Jenson can win 2 more gp, he will be champion! I hope Brawn GP solved the tyre problem so that Jenson can have go next sunday in my country (forecast next weekend around 20C and dry)...

F1 Novice - Unregistered

August 24, 2009 7:18 PM

Now do you see Jenson spitting feathers and accusing the Brawn team of skulduggery and favouritism "a la" Barrichello (who only fools himself) ?


You see a guy with the nuts to put his hands up to screwing it up in quali and then lifting into turn 1 to preserve the car and finish the race with something (2 points) rather than taking both himself and the kamikaze Vettel out on the first lap and end up with nothing - and in hindsight his decision was bang on the money.

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