F1 » McLaren keen to tie Button down 'for rest of his career' – and more


McLaren-Mercedes team principal Martin Whitmarsh outlines his vision for Jenson Button's future with the Woking-based outfit - even beyond the end of his F1 career

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Bill Nuttall - Unregistered

September 09, 2011 5:30 PM

A sensible decision by McLaren, they've got themselves an utterly dependable driver, who whilst may not be the fastest on the grid, is one of the most skilful in many other ways. He also makes the perfect foil for Hamilton, being about as opposite in style as is possible - he's almost like McLaren's safety net that lets them indulge Lewis and his crazy win-at-any-cost style.

scampsuzi - Unregistered

September 09, 2011 8:35 PM

Munich 74, perhaps we should wait and see if Hamilton can win another championship with McLaren!! For you to laugh at Buttons abilities both in and out of the car is rather childishly insulting.

Munich 74 - Unregistered

September 09, 2011 8:42 PM

scampsuzi!! I said he cant win one, whats childish about that, i deal with facts and not daydreaming.... I laughed because of what someone said and not Jenson's ability...Bottom line is if they remove Vettel, Lewis and Alonso... He STILL WOULDN'T win the Championship

scampsuzi - Unregistered

September 09, 2011 8:59 PM

Munich 74, the more you say the hole just gets bigger. You seem to state as 'fact' what is going to happen in the future. Care to share any horse racing tips? If those drivers you mention were removed from the championship, who then would win it? It is quite clear that in using other drivers surnames but Hamiltons christian name where your allegiances lie.There are quite enough brainless fan girls on this site without you adding to them!

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