F1 » Button: I've driven for two of my dream teams....


Jenson Button reveals that, as a child, he longed to drive for Williams, McLaren..... and Ferrari.

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neally

May 31, 2011 10:09 AM

pretty sure DiResta (current dtm champ) is employed by merc and will stay with force india until schumacher retires prob end of next season. i cant see Button going to Ferrari Alonso is their no1 driver jenson would rightly demand equal rights, i doubt he'd pull over to allow his team mate a win. the red bull driver line up is interesting though webber will be out but you'd expect a torro rosso driver to make the step up but at the mo their a bit hit and miss i would'nt be supprised to see webber as no2 at ferrari and mclaren retain their current line up

MikeG - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 10:29 AM

I think that Jenson has surprised a few people over the last couple of years. Not least how competitive he has been against Hamilton in the Maclaren. Since F1 has now become a tyre management endurance racing series anything is possible.

FRED - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 11:40 PM

nath

I agree that Shumacher still has the skills and determination. However I was thinking that he's 42, watching Vettel cleaning up in arguably the best car on the grid, getting lapped by Vettel and Hamilton in Spain, and perhaps thinking is this worth it. He's got kids and a few bob in the bank now.
I will say though, he's obviously still sharp - the way he caught Hamilton napping at the La source hairpin.

Cheers.

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