F1 » No apology from Perez for Button


Sergio Perez has said that he hasn't apologised to team mate Jenson Button for their coming together in Bahrain - and has no intention of doing so in the future.

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Ranger - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 1:27 AM

What a clown! Perez has been a hazard, since his McLaren signing last year. He weaves all over and has already run both Kimi and Fernando off the track. Now he runs into his own team-mate and claims he has nothing to apologize for. McLaren will regret the day they took him off Ferrari's hands.

pete - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 2:49 AM

This might be exactly what Button needed.... a young buck that is hungry. JB knew he had to bring his A game each and every race weekend with Lewis. Since his departure, there was an uncontested theoretical #1 at McLaren. Now, this could wake up JB.

Conversely, it's only one race and Perez might not have the ability to race a veteran like JB as closely as he did in Bahrain. Time will tell.

tdog - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 5:57 AM

@pete

There are only a handful of top points consistent drivers in f1 today and Button is not one of them. I believe Perez will have his moments during the season and will match Button on points at the end.

#46Renovation - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 6:08 AM

The drivers are merely reflecting the deeper malaise ingrained within McLaren. No leadership, no direction, apparently no creativity. Not surprisingly, the drivers themselves exude no inspiration. Both McLaren cars dawdling somewhere mid-pack, sometimes even at the back, is hardly the thing to write home about whether the drivers are clashing among themselves or not. When Seb and Mark clash, that is a story because it is a scrap for the LEAD of not only the race, but even the championship. That is also what made the duel between Fernando and Lewis significant. At the McLaren of today, whether their drivers clash or not, the real story there is that the team is fundamentally PATHETIC across the board. It becomes ever clearer why Hamilton fled, but what a crying shame for a team that has the immortal Ayrton Senna in its annals.

Gareth Bale - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 7:58 AM

Ty, got a crappy laptop the qwerty keys sticks and my screen is broke so sometimes cant see result of my comments, sorry about that hence the misspelling of Britain's best player at the moment.

As for the idiotic view of Hamilton fans , can so many people be so wrong about this guy regards his talent, just look what he is doing at Mercs with a car that is only good at one lap.

107SS2009

April 28, 2013 9:02 AM

I am no Button fan and I believe neither is Taipan so why does Taipan brought in Lulu on this subject?.
I am sure that Taipan CORRECTLY calculates that at least 8 out of 10 untie Button posters from on this page are the usual one eyed Lulu fan boys, who are never ever going to forget the dribbling he gave Lulu in at least one out of the 3 years as team mates.
As to the usual biased opinion, O YES FOR SURE IT IS.

richard

April 28, 2013 9:17 AM

remember earlier years? canada...when button went to pass lulu? according to lulu fans, it was all buttons fault? and then there was the time when button was faster than lulu, and lulu asked for button to be told to slaow down?
now roll on to this year, and the same situations between button and perez....and now, who is to blame? perez.

oh the fickleness of fanboyism!

Gareth Bale - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 10:05 AM

2009. i for one wont forget the dribbling Button gave Lewis and all down to the Pirelli tires and the fragile tires being more for a slower and smoother driver like JB than the faster and aggressive driver Like Lewis who suffered, and it took Lewis nearly a season to realize that he could not drive hard on these FIA purpose built quick wearing tires but once the penny dropped Lewis restored order in 2012 with him finishing above his teammate and hitting 17-3 in quali and as far as i know i dont think a one WDC has hit another WDC in the same car by such a margin that is fact and not my so called Cyclops view.

Fernandabulous

April 28, 2013 10:42 AM

@ richard, the view of events in canada were shared by martin brundle, brundle asked button and we got thr explanation of 'spray and mirrors'. brundles initial view in bahrain was that it was button who moved across on perez, his other pal davidson thought he was being 'cute' on the apex, even dc thought button angst had more to do with getting beaten by perez than any rough racing. the biggest most brutal battle of his mclaren career and he got beaten, not by an ex world champ, but by the teams (apparent) number two driver

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