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Jenson Button queries the decision to change his strategy in Hungary

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Sidthekid - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 5:23 PM

If the talk of a Ferrari seat is genuine I think Jensen should grab it with both hands because frankly, McLaren couldn't strategise their way out of a supermarket car park.

Liam48

July 29, 2012 5:24 PM

Once again McLaren have ruined one of their drivers race. Button would have been in the top 4 definitely and probably got a podium if it weren't for this strategy change, they seriously need to sort themselves out!

Lets hope they can turn it around for the next half of the season and a few things can go Jensons way just like Hamiltons so he can get a win or two.

Bomg - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 5:50 PM

It was still amusing to see Button hold up finger boy making him throw tantrums again..... but McLaren should have kept him on a two-stopper.... it cost him fourth, and the team would have got a few more constructros points and Lewis would have been 2 points closer to Fernando.

Gazza1JB

July 29, 2012 5:56 PM
Last Edited 714 days ago

Dumb strat call there, he was inching up on Lewis just b4 he stopped the 2nd time, the gap was 7.7 sces after lewis pitted in 1st stops, it was about 6.1-6.4 secs the lap b4 jenson pitted again for stop number 2 so like he said his tyres were fine in comparision to others on Primes & i was really surprised they brought him in that early i assumed they knew something i didnt, he wouldnt of won but would of finished 4th definitly, holding up Vettel till the end whilst up behind Roman.

arcuid

July 29, 2012 6:36 PM

@Pole Position Nope the strategy change didn't work for Jenson. Didn't he have problems with the car understeering all weekend? He kinda mentioned on the radio in Qualifying the car was understeering...

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