F1 » Button: You can’t have everything in life!


Jenson Button has revealed that his decision to stay at McLaren was spurred by the thought of challenging for titles every season.

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107SS2009

October 29, 2011 8:11 AM

For some time now it has been standard practice for some drivers from some teams to periodically (like clockwork) tell us about themselves the problem is the readers/listeners have to decide for themselves what to believe of what the individuals are saying because there is nobody mentioned in their statements that bother to confirm or negate of what they are saying, examples are, (although he was linked to both FERRARI and Red Bull he decided to remain with mclaren) But who linked him to those two teams? Was the teams mentioned actually interested in him?, (it was not an easy decision to take when you have won the championship “Bar/Honda/brawn/Mercedes”) well he wasn't told by Brawn/Mercedes that he wasn't wanted but for sure he was made to understand that he wasn't.

Clondikemike - Unregistered

October 29, 2011 10:43 AM

Brawns loss and McLarens gain. They could have kept Jens at less cost than Schumi and would be a lot further up the road.

Results since have born out that whoever decided what, Jenson has done better.

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