F1 » Button to 'reboot' in China


Jenson Button: Taking home two points from the first two races obviously wasn't what we had in mind at the beginning of the year, but I think everybody in the team has picked themselves up

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107SS2009

April 07, 2013 7:25 AM

If there is a team that can and does have the resources to turn things around mclaren is certainly one of them.
A driver doesn't set up the car the teams engineers does, a driver communicates the cars behaviour on track to the engineers.
If a car by design is difficult to set up it will be accordingly difficult for the engineers to set up to meet the driver wishes/likings.
When a team is at a flyaway race any parts from the factory can be at any location inside 24 hours.
If mclaren manages to sort out their car it will certainly be suited to high speed tracks as they always excel at high speed/top speed tracks.

ghog - Unregistered

April 07, 2013 2:47 PM

@Pole position

I see your reasoning, I would not want to come across like RGT!

Actually I'm not a particular Jenson B Fan and I don't dislike Lewis H, so there is no pain to worry yourself about!

I just get bored with the Lewis H over kill on here, there are 23 other drivers who just might have something a bit more interesting to discuss.

But anyway I still would like to see the McLaren Team back in a situation to challenge the top teams.

jim crint - Unregistered

April 07, 2013 5:17 PM

ghog, well said!

I'm interested to see if Perez can sharpen up his act. It must be a tricky situation to come into a team with issues such as McLaren are having. I'm sure that wasn't what he was expecting!!! But he's saying all the right things, seems pretty intelligent.

And there are some great stories out there this year, beyond the guys in the 'top' teams. Sutil, Hulkenberg, Bianchi, Di Resta, etc

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