F1 » Button: Title not slipping away - from anyone!

Jenson Button is optimistic that he can capitalise on a front row start in the Italian GP to hurl himself back into the F1 title fight.

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Mr. Experience - Unregistered

September 12, 2010 11:29 AM

As already mentioned just after Spa, nothing has been decided yet.
Let's see what the standings are in 3 races from now.
And still if the point gaps are like they are now, there are still the same contenders for the title.
So yes, I agree with Jenson that either any of the top 5 drivers can become WC.
But this just makes it so fascinating this season.
2 McLaren driver, 2 RBR's and 1 Ferrari.
Hopefully for F1's sake, it stays a close battle till the last GP.

Alpha - Unregistered

September 13, 2010 7:47 AM

Well said Jenson. and also the 4 previous comments to this one, nice to see intelligent observations on here, instead of the childish sniping against F1 drivers. Well done guys.

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