F1 » Button: Brawn the 'perfect guy' to run a team


Jenson Button: For any F1 team it is beneficial to work with Ross as he is experienced and a very strong character.

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thelogicalview

November 01, 2013 12:45 PM

I s this just Button daydreaming or does he know more than he is letting on. Certainly Mclaren could do with someone of his experience and ability to drive the team forward, Button of course has worked with him before and he has been involved with Honda before. It all looks a very neat fit but we do not have confirmation as to his future just yet whatever the BBC may say. I hope it happens because I would like Button to have one last shot at the championship before he retires.

Zedd

November 02, 2013 12:24 AM

@englishpaul That's correct, but I was thinking more along the lines of that the team was the same as the Honda team. It's just that Ross Brawn made them wear bare white 'Brawn' shirts.

Still, it's not exactly the same. Anyway, I just think it would be an interesting one and perhaps a useful partnership that might provide more direction.

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