F1 » Button, Perez look for the positives

McLaren pair Jenson Button and Sergio Perez both look to take positives from Silverstone as McLaren aims to score in the German Grand Prix

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July 03, 2013 10:11 AM


We've got a slightly less s**t car than before but it's still a pile of poo.

Sounds like they are only going to tinker with it till the end of the year and shifting focus to the 2014 car so it won't get massively quicker.

No race wins in 2013 for McLaren?


July 03, 2013 10:27 AM

Button always follows the party line and Perez knows that it makes sense not to rattle the cage too much. It must be a huge disappointment for them both, Button hoping for one last shot at the championship and Perez assuming he had joined a top team. The car may have improved but everybody else is improving as well and from a better base in most cases. I don't see any wins or podiums this year which is a testement to Mclarens absolute failure to produce a competitive car. There are rumours of discord within the management and I would expect to see some significant changes if Mclaren is to return to winning ways. Time is running out for Button and his options are restricted, maybe he should join Webber in sportscars and forget about F1, at his time of career there is little to be gained driving a totally uncompetitive car just for the sake of being in F1.


July 04, 2013 7:52 AM

They will have to look long and hard for positives... This car STINKS!!!

I bet Button and Perez are poth wondering why, oh DEAR G0D WHY did they not just move forward with the 2012 car and scrap this junker.

It is SLOW, straight line is embarrassing, everything seems wrong on it. What a waste of a year.

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