F1 » Button: Melbourne for McLaren was just the first step


Forecasting 'a very different race' in Malaysia to that in Australia a fortnight ago, Jenson Button reveals there is a lot more to be extracted from McLaren-Mercedes' vastly-improved MP4-26 - but he concedes that for the moment, at least, Red Bull Racing still looks to be out-of-reach

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blzbub

April 07, 2011 10:09 PM

wherever mclaren end up in the pecking order, whatever weather conditions they come up against, jenson has got to start beating lewis hamilton, hammi's 'team' auditioned two world champions at the end of 2009 to fill the role of martin brundle to hammi's senna, he is filling the teams role perfectly, he says all the right things, but somehow hammi beats him, i think hammi's team were a bit cheeky, he's at least worth a dc

new f1fan - Unregistered

April 07, 2011 11:22 PM

GMAIL,Jenson being a nice guy did not stop him from winning the title in 09 so why should it stop him again?as long as Lewis and Jenson get an equal chance to win then Jenson could well win another world title.I think out of the top 3 teams Mclaren are the most fairess team regarding how they treat their 2 drivers.

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