F1 » Button calls shots for superb Melbourne F1 triumph


Jenson Button made an audacious early tyre call pay off to perfection as his smooth driving style and level-headed calmness earned the defending F1 World Champion a superb victory in the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne

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Josh - Unregistered

March 28, 2010 9:23 AM

How much luck do some people get..its getting ridiculous now..
JB goes for 50 laps on the softer tyres and wins..
and remember he got muscled out of a position by Lewis in the early stages too..
overall-great drive by JB..nice and clean

b654 - Unregistered

March 28, 2010 9:43 AM

Does anyone think that if Mclaren didnt pit Lewis he wouldnt of been where he ended up? wasnt he complaining about graining on his tyres when chasing the Ferrari? :?

Frank G

March 28, 2010 9:49 AM
Last Edited 1583 days ago

Raj, what are you 2 smoking?
I totally lost any respect for LH...he's a complete idiot. Who does he think he is bashing his team on the radio with millions of people hearing him? What a total lack of respect towards his team.
And... at the end his 2nd set of tyres were totally gone, so how does he think he could have gone to the end of the race with one set? Then, who would he blame again?
And before anyone starts...no, I am NOT a LH hater... the problem is that no one can say anything of him without being called one.
If he wanted to win he needs to change his driving style and be more careful with his tyres... end of story and STOP blaming the world for HIS screwups.
Enough said...

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