F1 » Brundle: 2009 F1 title is now Jenson Button's to lose

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Jason Robinson

September 18, 2009 4:50 PM

I think Ross Brawn will let it be a fair fight, what has he got to lose? The only time that will change is if JB or RB do something daft or the Red Bulls miraculously catch up.

Good look to both drivers and may the best man win (but I do hope its Button)

Anna-Spanna - Unregistered

September 18, 2009 5:53 PM

I'm sure no one will agree with me on this, but I don't think Button deserves the title. He won the first races because no other teams could even match Brawn's speed, not because he fought hard for the wins. And he's lucky that Red Bull weren't able to take advantage of Brawn's loss of form a few races back, so he didn't lose many points to his nearest rivals.

Button has showed no driving skills at all and he has barely overtaken anyone at all.

This year will go down as one of the most boring (on-track at least) in history.

alex - Unregistered

September 18, 2009 6:50 PM

ROFL @ Button has showed no driving skills at all and he has barely overtaken anyone at all....

Did nobody watch the first half of the season ? Button totally mastered Reubens, overtook who he had to when he had to, when RB failed to, drove superbly in a managed style and totally deserves the WDC.

Nothing to date suggests he will loose the plot, unlike Webber who cacked himself at the first sight of a title shot and started hitting everybody, Barrichello who has the odd Senior moment, both on track and afterwards with microphones....Vettel has been up and down this year like a friend of Max's drawers. Button is the man.

Chimi - Unregistered

September 19, 2009 11:02 AM

Its got to be Brawns all the way .. I think by the look of the current progress I wont be surprised if Kimi or Lewis or both catch up with Red Bulls .. given that they still have some spare engines left for the season ..

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