F1 » Button: It’ll be close at the front


Jenson Button predicts a close battle for victory in Abu Dhabi

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Liam48

October 30, 2012 4:20 PM

@sanky I wouldn't say that. What I like about Button is that there is always an element of surprise surrounding him. I can pull things out of the bag when it's least expected.

I had written his career off before the 2004 season then again before the 2009 season but look what he then done. He then beat his more regarded team mate Hamilton. The he blitzed the field in Spa this year on Saturday & Sunday. No one expected those to happen.

I think Button can have a good last three races of the season and pull something out of the bag. He has been the second highest points scorer in the second half of this season after Vettel, that's not too shabby!

Salan

October 30, 2012 5:16 PM
Last Edited 639 days ago

What is the world coming to when we get folks make a user name just to answer a particular post. Man!! get some balls and answer in whatever username you normally go under.


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Angelina - Unregistered

October 30, 2012 6:35 PM

Sunny
Where is Taipan? I have a question for him.
I want to know if Vettel is the first and only champion from Milton Keynes or has there been any champions from Milton Keynes b4? If possible, I would like to know their names and wdc winning years just out of curiosity.

Salan

October 30, 2012 6:47 PM

@107SS2009 I understand where you're coming from. I thought Liam48 made a good agrument, so good infact I thought it justified his stance as it was all based on fact. Anyway I can't quite understand the logic of the creptic users who go out of their way to make a point.

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