F1 » Button goes long to salvage points

The combination of preserving rubber and good teamwork in the pits brought Jenson Button and McLaren a hard-earned eighth place in Korea.

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October 06, 2013 9:50 PM


I didn't see your comment but can imagine what it said.

All I can say is this - Button driving that dog of a McLaren finished only 3 places behind your beloved Hamilton who is driving one of the fastest cars on the grid.

Choke on it.


October 06, 2013 10:00 PM

Bob, the Troll has been on form today probably had 30 comments deleted so far, I suppose it's down to being a bit upset at watching his hero get shown up yet again, what a tool!


October 08, 2013 6:21 PM
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I believe he said b4 the season started (Best car ever) from his testing of this years model in the simulator from the wind tunnel data and cfd, the car was awesome in the simulator until they got it on the road and found out that there wind tunnel data was wrong and the new pull rod front suspension created different feeling to simulator aswell.
Basically it was the best car he had ever driven in the simulator and significantly faster than the previous years with a great feeling and balace, everything that this years actual car turned out not to be, he wasnt to know Mclaren had cocked it up so bad that it wasn't the actual car they had planned for.
ALso at the first test they ran the car with an illegal setup on it which made it handle sweet, if u remember Massa said that the lap time that jenson did in the Mclaren at Jerez test was incredible and that mclaren had comfortably the best car, when they made the car legal after that it handled like a dog. Mclaren had the whole pitlane con

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