F1 » Button: Second great, little problems frustrating


Jenson Button: On the whole, the team's done a great job this weekend, but it's the little problems that are frustrating: if you have one of those, then you're not going to beat Red Bull and Sebastian.

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JACKBEE

September 11, 2011 5:12 PM

Jenson is starting to look part of the team at Mclaren now, and I think his relaxed driving style is reaping benefits.
Joint third with Webber in the points is also quite handy, who would have predicted that at the start of the season?

mk1tt16v - Unregistered

September 11, 2011 6:06 PM

i know everyone says lewis needs to learn from jenson and i fully agree with that but i think that jenson has also learnt quite a bit from having lewis as a team mate, he has really upped his game since coming to mclaren and i dont think lewsi will ever have it all his own way again

Liam48

September 11, 2011 6:26 PM

Great race from Jenson, he wasted no tie behind Hamilton and Schumacher... he's had the most passes this year... he's proving he can fight and pass better than anyone else out there, he is in better form now than he was in 2009.

Tealeaf - Unregistered

September 11, 2011 6:39 PM

This is the Jenson that shone from the first half of 2009 where he took 6 wins out of 7 races, this also resembled the Jenson from the 2nd half of 2006 seasons where he scored more points from Hungary til Brazil, and it also showed his quality in the 2004 season where he took the fight to the Ferrari's.
I'd like to see Jenson continue this form till the end of the season because if he can then he has the beating of Sham but if he revert back to his bad state e.g. 2008 season, 2001 season, mid season slump of 2009 then he will be easy pickings for Sham let's just wait and see which Jenson turns up in the final few races, but it's so good that on form he's unbeatable even from Sham.

NutBallRacer

September 11, 2011 8:17 PM

....Well...I like Button for a number of reasons, but it was Hamilton's and Schumacher's battling that enabled Jens to close on the pair, and it was Hamilton's "let down" after another Schumi defensive move that gave Jens the opportunity to pass, otherwise he would have had trouble passing Hamilton. It's close racing - very similar to the passing in the 125's in MotoGP. You're flat out, an have to take a risk to win a position, and you can just as easily lose one or two! Credit to Hamilton, but full credit to Jens for being there and making the most of the opportunities. He really made the Schumi pass look easy. I think Schumi out-foxed himself. He made a little mistake on his defensive move. He was in the wrong place and Jens ate him up. Go Jens.

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