F1 » Button: I'd have won even without the rain


As he already turns his attentions towards making it back-to-back victories after the F1 summer break at Spa-Francorchamps at the end of the month, Jenson Button insists he had the pace to win at the Hungaroring on Sunday whatever the weather...

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Taipan

August 01, 2011 2:18 PM

Button on the prime, faster than Lulu and right up his chuff, Lulu on the option needing to stop again. There's not much doubt that Button would have won. Lulu needs to stop munching tires if he wants to win that kind of race, stop spinning and acting like a "plonker" would also help.

Calvin _

August 01, 2011 2:36 PM

Without the rain, two things wouldn't have happened. One, LH wouldn't have spun and consequently got the penalty, and two, he wouldn't have gone onto inters. IMO, LH would have won without the rain. But I'm sure you LH haters will disagree.

Indianapolis2007 - Unregistered

August 01, 2011 2:55 PM

Jenson you would have won because Whitfarce and co put you on softs to run to the end of the race and put Hamilton on super softs making it that Hammi would have to stop again.

Jenson you need your team principals help to beat f1 fastest driver.

Taipan

August 01, 2011 3:09 PM

Serious question, are there any Hamilton fans out there that actually understand and follow whats happening in a race or do you just watch Lulu and say "oh hes epic"?

Nothing to do with inters or rain, Lulu on options had to stop again, Button right behind him on primes didn't. That can't be hard to understand.

And for the 50th time, we know you love to blame McLaren for Lulu's screw ups but Johnathan Neale of McLaren told the BBC that going onto inters was Lulu's call. Do you all think the MD of McLaren was lying?

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