F1 » Button victorious, after shattering start at Spa

Jenson Button had a perfect race to win his first Belgian Grand Prix at Spa, but the race started with disaster for several of the front runners who ended up in a heap at La Source.

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marbles - Unregistered

September 02, 2012 4:10 PM

I just want to hear Grosjean take responsiblity for the crash. He stated in his mid race interview that he hadn't seen the footage-even though the tv broadcast was on the pit wall monitor when he was talking to his engineer.He has a problem admitting guilt for incidents that are clearly his fault.


September 02, 2012 4:24 PM

Classy, accomplished, fantastic drive by Jensen. I expected Kobi to be the missile at the start of the race, but Grosjean takes that mantle. He's a fast kid but too often a little bit rash.


September 02, 2012 4:31 PM

@jeanalesi what planet are you from . Do you know anything about Formula one cars . Or any form of racing . It was Roman who was in control not Lewis . Where was he suppose to go once the guys front wheel is between his front and rear .

LifeLongF1Fan - Unregistered

September 02, 2012 4:55 PM

First of all well done to Jenson Button who proved to everyone that he is still a class act behind the wheel of an F1 car that, when properly tuned, can demolish anyone. Secondly, I hope the race stewards punish that Renault driver to the full extent of the regulations.


September 02, 2012 4:58 PM

steve and jeanalesi You guys really need to watch the replay carefully. Grosjean turned in too fast and hit Hamilton. Word has it Grosjean may receive a race ban and is now fined 50,000 Euros for triggering the crash.

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