F1 » Button's win can't prevent Vettel clinching title


In winning the Japanese GP, Jenson Button did all he could to take the world championship on another week - but Sebastian Vettel kept calm in third to clinch his second title.

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cassyo

October 09, 2011 11:03 AM
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Ok, as it was also mentioned before : Seb might have leaved the circus two weeks ago, and even so Jenson should have repeated his 2009 launch to prevent golden boy making the double.

Googolplex

October 09, 2011 11:26 AM

Since the WDC is over and the Constructors is almost a foregone conclusion, RBR can now focus on doing all they can to help MW take the fight up to Jenson and Fernando for P2 in the WDC and possibly win a race before the year is out. MW seems to be a bit flat and needs to arc up for the last four races and give his fans something to smile about.

Dee - Unregistered

October 09, 2011 12:09 PM

Arcuid, I thought for once Webber did OK off the start. For once, he didn't lose any places.

Congratulations to Vettel. A well earned Driver's Championship and a deserving double world champion. I love how 5 of the top 6 for most of today's race were all world champions. No one can fault the quality of the field at the moment.

scampsuzi - Unregistered

October 09, 2011 12:20 PM

Button cannot have won that race, everyone that knows anything about F1 knows he cannot win races in the dry! Put simply he is the master of tyre conservation which is very much a part of being a class act in F1, so to all you knockers, credit where credit is due, Button is really very good indeed and certainly the equal of his team mate.

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