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Jenson Button: Fifth wasn't the result we'd wanted, and it wasn't the result we really deserved either because we were pretty quick.

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spaghettieddie

May 10, 2010 12:49 PM
Last Edited 1686 days ago

All the drivers better get ready for the mobile roadblocker. "but thats racing" right! :p

That was the "old" Shumi we saw, Pure Genious! The way he blocked Button, Cant wait to see the master at work again! :p

andrew.

May 10, 2010 7:03 PM

Blocking is part of racing. I remember that Gerhard Berger used to be notoriously difficult to pass but no one complained.

His comments remind me of Damon Hill running crying to the race stewards after the Belgian GP in 1995 basically because Schumacher started 16th and still beat him and made a firm but fair pass on him.

rob01

May 10, 2010 7:13 PM

Everyone watching the race was thinking move over. Once the gap between MS and the others started to grow so rapidly. The announcers were like, where did the rest of the field go. Oh, there behind MS. And there's a driver with a broken wing looking racy. Oops he is behind MS as well. The Trulli train lives on.

RMedia

May 10, 2010 7:48 PM

So bloody what? For the team MSC finished in front and thats what it mattered... with no swerving, no dangerous driving, just making your car as wide as possible... it is fair and an art form of driving... what whingey drivers and viewers should do instead is watch and learn, one day they too may be in car that is a second slower and need all their skills to keep their position.

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