F1 » Japanese GP, Suzuka - Friday practice (combined times)

Mark Webber takes day one honours at Suzuka as second session provides best of the times in preparation for Japanese Grand Prix.

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Paul - Unregistered

October 05, 2012 12:06 PM

Next year no matter how good the new mclaren will be button will have them trying to resolve imaginary understeer problems...
Good luck in 2013!

bob - Unregistered

October 05, 2012 12:48 PM


Yes darling, if only he could drive as well as Hamilton - the guy who can drive anything and still win.

I guess Button's sensitivity regarding setup is why Hamilton has DESTROYED him for the last three years. It would probably explain the MASSIVE difference in points between the two and also why Hamilton has SO MANY more wins that Button.

Oh, hang on...

Logical_F1 - Unregistered

October 05, 2012 1:31 PM

Guys, points cannot be compared with Button Vs Hamilton and concluding equal performance of drivers.

Hamilton, 6 poles, 3 wins, 4 DNF.
Button, 1 pole, 2 win, 1 DNF.

Observe the above stats and still tell me that Button has equalled Hamilton. Clearly, Hamilton has potentialy 75 points removed from 3 extra DNF's compared to Button. Hamilton also had 3 Gp's with strange pit stop errors that Button didn't have.

Anyway, no need to think about the past, only the future and Red Bull is faster than McClaren at the moment today!

bannyboy - Unregistered

October 05, 2012 2:27 PM

@Logical F1
Hamilton, 6 poles, 3 wins, 4 DNF.
Button, 1 pole, 2 win, 1 DNF.

Well said, i really wonder if any true knowledgeable F1 fan will compare Button to LH. LH 4 DNF plus the silly errors from his team will have put him almost 100 point out of Button reach even if button never have his only one 1 DNF.

Its 13-1 in quali so far this year before u blind lot starts making your uninsightful option known.

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