F1 » Button takes Hungarian gift as Hamilton tyres out

Jenson Button again proved to be the master of mixed conditions as he crowned his 200th GP with victory in Budapest.

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July 31, 2011 10:35 PM

"Yeah right Michael, it was probably to make Senna look good lol"

Well, I wasn't around to follow Senna, but if he was exactly like Hamilton like his (Hamilton's I mean) fans believe, he would have needed all the help he could get.



July 31, 2011 10:55 PM

albertswift, Yeah they were expecting the hard tire to be between .8 and 1.2 seconds a lap slower, but it wasn't. Everyone on the harder tire was putting in strong lap times, strange, not sure what the deal was there.

Old Vet - Unregistered

July 31, 2011 11:10 PM

Senna was Senna. Full stop. Lewis clearly is not. Besides his other attributes, Senna was a master of tire management. How many times did the commentators think something was wrong, given Senna's usual 1 second clear qualifying time, only to see his tires last longer or save them for 3-lap burn just before pitting? He played chess in a checkers game. Lewis seemingly is unwilling or unable to meter himself. He may admire Senna, but he doesn't understand him.

Luke - Unregistered

July 31, 2011 11:24 PM

Button would have still won Evan if ham didn't go onto inters. Hams supersofts were gone and button and vet were catching him very quickly. No way ham would have finished on them ss so would have had to pit for the primes, therefore putting him behind them two anyway...

ss2009 - Unregistered

July 31, 2011 11:50 PM

These Lulu fan boys/girls when not painting someone a victim of the one that happened to be doing better than him (Lulu) such as Webber or Massa they resort to put the blame on their own team exactly like Lulu does, mclarens tyre chose were made by the drivers and not the team full stop.


August 01, 2011 12:38 AM

So many "keyboard warriors" on here not happy unless your sitting behind your monitor slagging someone off, I have my fav driver and team but have the upmost respect for every driver on the grid , suppose we wouldn't have anyone to laugh at if the bashers left though....


August 01, 2011 6:39 AM

I really enjoyed that race. Some great tussles and most deserving winner. However, why didn't the safety car come out when Heidfelds car caught fire? Then the crazy marshalls towing it back into pit lane while Seb was coming out. I thought Seb was going to lose it! Bit of a Benny Hill moment. Overall though, really entertaining race.

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