F1 » Button: I'm no whiner!

Jenson Button has slammed suggestions that he 'whinges' too much during F1 weekends as he seeks to rebound from his Montreal misery.

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June 18, 2012 11:59 AM

buzy. yeah, its you! read the story. it clearly says "since his victory in australia"! now, there have been SIX races since china, and each race has 25 for a win. when i went to school, a long time ago, SIX times TWENTY FIVE made 150! am i wrong?

Stuart - Unregistered

June 18, 2012 12:28 PM

Blimey. He's whined a bit in that article didn't he?

I like Button for his honesty. I think his problem is that he's completely overshadowed by Hamilton - when Hamilton has his race-head on.

oldtimer - Unregistered

June 18, 2012 12:31 PM

There ia a big hole in Button's armoury, he has to have the car exactly as he wants it or he can't get the best out of it. He has been in F1 long enough to know this is a problem so he really should have sorted it by now, possibly driving crap cars for so long has compounded the problem but other drivers get in and drive what they have. He was very lucky to win the championship in 2009, he had a short period where he was unbeatably due to the car he had but it did'nt last long once he started to have problems with the tyres and set up. He's a nice guy but he needs to get his head around the problems he has. Personally I think it is far too late for him to change his mindset and I don't think he will ever challenge for the championship again. A shame but he can't beat his teamate in a straight fight on a regular basis and that is the ultimate test like it or lump it.

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