F1 » Button apologises for 'boring' race


Tongue in cheek he may have been, but when Jenson Button apologised to fans for a lack of excitement at the front of the front of the Belgian GP, he did it with a big grin on his face.

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Taipan

September 02, 2012 7:53 PM

Talking of being cocky Polo, now that Button is only 16 points behind Lulu this season and has scored more points than Lulu during their time as team mates, do the fanboys still think McLaren should be enforcing team orders to help Lulu?

Pole Position - Unregistered

September 03, 2012 1:19 AM

@ Taipan It's only one race. Before this race people were talking about Button in not too friendly terms. Formula 1 is like a soap opera. I'm sure u know how quickly things change in F1. On the subject of team orders. I don't believe in them. In fact I wrote a comment on here that Hamilton shouldn't want or need any help. Any good driver should be able to win races on his own merit.

Randy - Unregistered

September 03, 2012 2:10 AM

Team orders is not a good thing, but after Ferrari are working only for Alonso, Redbull for Vettel, I don't think Button will win the title without Hamiltons help. So team must be working more on Buttons car, and Lewis must be fighting for podiums to steal points from competitors!

entwined - Unregistered

September 03, 2012 4:49 AM

Are you kidding? There was a big time carnage behind you and that was one of the biggest crashes in years. This is the best race of the season so far in terms of track action and drama...

Glad drivers involved are OK. Shame for Alonso and Hamilton though. And of course the Saubers. Grosjean, I don't know what's with you man. Don't ever ever do that again! Totally deserved a race ban...

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