F1 » Button: Something isn't working for us


Jenson Button insists that McLaren needs to find consistency on and off the track in order to remain at the front of the F1 field.

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slightlysideways

May 01, 2012 10:46 AM

As Lewis was saying, mistakes like these lose you championships. What's going on? They need to get their act together and hopefully see JB on top at the end of the year.
Vettel needs a bit of a reality check that Lewis got in 09...just to make things interesting

wjpbill - Unregistered

May 01, 2012 12:04 PM

The tires are one issue but I can't help think that the Merc engine may not have been running so well. Both Merc AMG and Mclaren were slower.

The front cars all had Renault engines. Maybe they had a better engine map for hot weather.

Just a thought.

pcxmac - Unregistered

May 01, 2012 2:31 PM

yeah, its McLaren decided to back the wrong driver this year. Please develop the car around Lewis or face mediocrity.

BTW, there is nothing wrong with Button's pace this year. It's Hamilton which has the bogey car.

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