F1 » Puzzled McLaren confident Button DNF a one-off


McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh is confident that there will be no repea ot Jenson Button's fuel pump problem as it chases a fourth straight win in Singapore.

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Lewis the great - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 2:09 PM

Shame about JB in Monza, although being outperformed at the start by Massa JB was able to catch the Brazilian when his telemetry went on the blink and the team was asking Massa questions over the radio which obviously caused Massa to lose concentration enabling Button to pass, but as usual this season Jenson found his teammate in the other Mclaren a bridge to far with Lewis maintaining a 7 plus sec lead over Jenson until his retirement which was a shame as it would of been nice to see a Mclaren 1-2 in the proper order. Good drive by JB though.

ja - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 4:23 PM

thats whats missing in the mclaren F1 team the awesome ron dennis , nothing wrong with martin whitmarsh but ron really knows the F1 business inside out and the sport of F1 misses him , crash.net should run a vote on come back ron , in fact lets have it here and now ?
agrees and disagrees who wants Ron Dennis back in the pitlane running the mclaren team

Adie - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 4:36 PM

No Taz,if this had happened to Hamilton,there are those on here who would have claimed that they had it on good authority that 'Lulu' himself had added sugar to his own tank just so he could moan even more!

Bubbles Sparxx - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 8:45 PM

McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh is confident that there will be no repea ot Jenson Button's fuel pump problem as it chases a fourth straight win in Singapore.
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Meaning it happened to the wrong car!!

blublz

September 17, 2012 9:48 PM

@ pp, do you reckon thats why Schumie is even more enthusiastic lately, he owned him at Monza last year, the chance of a repeat in equal cars is putting a spring in the old boys step?

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