F1 » Button's Alonso dream almost reality in 2012


Jenson Button was in talks to join Fernando Alonso at Ferrari prior to re-signing with McLaren for 2012 and beyond.

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Button - Unregistered

April 03, 2012 11:54 AM

Hahaha Button now you have someone who always favourism over Hamilton, but you don,t get this opportunity from Ferreri boss, so be caerfull what you wish, stay here because Martin Whimarsh gives you what ever you want and make Hamilton struggling wo win even a race.

Taipan

April 03, 2012 1:43 PM

Jose, I recall many cucumbers thought that moving to McLaren was the biggest mistake of Button's career "he'll be slaughtered by Lulu" etc, it hasn't exactly turned out that way has it? What makes you think he wouldn't succeed at Ferrari? Perhaps you're just caught up in conspiracy theories again, like the foolish idea that Ferrari wouldn't let him beat Alonso maybe?
Talking of conspiracies, I thought you believed that it was me who deleted your daft posts, have I been demoted?

richard

April 03, 2012 1:55 PM

ty. i must have been PROMOTED. and i always thought that you were actually jose in disguise!

button was "in talks" with ferrari, but dont forget, lulu was also "in talks" with ferrari, as was webber , as was.. (insert any name you want). as another poster says, EVERY driver wants to join ferrari, and you can be sure that the path to the door is well worn!

JJ - Unregistered

April 03, 2012 4:04 PM

JB staying at McL was the best move. They allow him free reign to race LH. The team environment at McL seems more open to driver, where as Ferrari seem cold, almost militant as to who will be #1 and #2. I hope JB has another stellar season and hope he takes the WDC.

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