F1 » Button admits title bid 'pretty much over' after 'horrific' race


At the end of a race that turned the F1 2010 title fight upside-down, defending world champion Jenson Button admits that barring a miracle, his challenge is now all-but over - but he will not stop pushing

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Mojo Jojo

October 24, 2010 1:15 PM

Still puzzled as to why Button drove like a second rate driver all of a sudden. Obviously the conditions and the new track gave him more to worry about than the others.

That drive was downright ugly, I have to say, sorry.

kRie17

October 24, 2010 1:50 PM

he is a disappointment. Can even past the STR. And always keep on complaining about the tires. How come your 10 years in F1, but still do not know how to really get your tire to optimum temperature when you know that is your weakness? I am very disappointment the way he drove. I have supported him for almost 10 years and today, was a totally frustration.

daz - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 2:15 PM

Of course he had the best car, pls tell me a year when the wdc didt have the best car. as for him being in f1 10 years and should now how to look after the tyers.He normale dose get off his back he is a world champ not the best driver but ok still a champ.how many world champship have any 1 won on here

scampsuzi

October 24, 2010 2:23 PM

The only thing Jens passed all day was an opinion!! Unless it transpires that something was seriously wrong with his car he needs to look very seriously at his motivation!! Looking at the fall off in Hamiltons tyres I don't think he would have won even if he hadn't gone off circuit. A dismal day for McLaren with a best of 4th only being possible if the Bulls had finished. All that money invested and still no consistency in thier cars, come on guys, start to earn your salaries!.

Live4racing - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 3:13 PM

@daz,

1991 is a year when the WDC did not have the best car. Nigel Mansell's Williams was far superior to Ayrton Senna's McLaren. Senna won the WDC. The next year, Mansell made sure that did not happen again.

rob01

October 24, 2010 3:20 PM

So Button will be supporting Lewis. And Massa has already been in support mode for FA. And the finger idiot from RedBullCrap is still yelling he is not giving up. RedBunk has major issues telling the world wonder kid is the future. They have created a monster.

Tony - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 3:57 PM

The 1990 WDC was also won with an inferior car, the car was solid for the most part but it did not handle very well. If not for Ayrton Senna and Honda horsepower McLaren would have been where they are right now, lost !

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