F1 » Button hopes to 'race well' at Suzuka

Jenson Button hopes that McLaren can 'race well' at Suzuka to fight for points in the Japanese Grand Prix

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October 08, 2013 2:43 PM

Suzuka is one of those tracks that usually separates the men from the boys, of the current grid the only previous winners are Vettel, Button, Alonso and Kimi. Oh look at that Jamal the 4 current best drivers!


October 08, 2013 3:52 PM

Yeah men from boys, like Gerhard Berger, Barrichelo and Nannini

Remember last year that Button looked at Sauba's Kobayashi's behind for half the race!

Taipan remember what was Lewis's position in a dog of a car in 2009 at Suzuka!

Well its Button's turn on Sunday?


October 08, 2013 4:15 PM

Jamal, Would that be the DOG that scored 5 podiums in 7 races and should have been 6 podiums in 7 races if wonder boy hadn't thrown it at the scenery in Monza? Oh yes we know all about that rebuild DOG.


October 08, 2013 7:37 PM

I get the feeling this is Button saying "we're probably not making the top 10 in quali". Nevertheless Button has had a good season in terms of his racing and he's good at this track (having won in 2011) so could be a decent race for him.


October 09, 2013 9:09 AM

Not too sure why Button thinks it mandatory to state the obvious. If he came out and said the car's crap and I hope it breaks down early in the race everybody would be up in arms saying how unprofessional he was. The fact is he seldom criticises the team even though he has cause to, best to say nothing because it only leads to idiots on here
saying how much better Hamilton is than Button.


October 09, 2013 11:32 AM

It must be so frustrating for Button, Perez and Mclaren as a whole. The drivers are doing a great job and cannot be held at fault in any way for the poor performances. Button got 3 wins last year and Perez was on the podium 3 times too. I'm not sure why the team hasn't been able to develop the car as much as the other teams. I wish both Button and Perez luck for the future!

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