F1 » Paffett: Magnussen will keep Button on his toes

Gary Paffett backs new McLaren driver Kevin Magnussen to keep experienced team-mate Jenson Button on his toes when he joins the F1 grid this season

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January 13, 2014 10:51 AM

He certainly looks a better prospect than Perez and if that turns out to be the case Button will be pushed very hard. I hope Mclaren can produce a competitive car because I would like to see Button at his best again, another dud car from Mclaren will help to finish Button's career and seriously damage Magnussen's something no one wants to see. Button will need to improve his qualifying as well because starting down the field does him no favours at all.


January 13, 2014 11:52 AM

I think if you ask Lewis Hamilton what his goals were for 2007 it was probably to have some good results and he nearly ended up winning the championship - so I think it is a similar situation, you have to be open minded.

Sorry Maggs , Lewis revealed on GP 247 that Ron told him that he should not expect to beat Alonso but Lewis said he did not and would not entertain that thought .


January 13, 2014 1:07 PM
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richard , no I don't believe every thing Lewis says but him blasting past Alonso in the 2007 Aussie GP showed his intent for that season.

richard,I don't think Ron asking Alonso to race a rookie on equal terms is Ron manipulating results. richard I feel you are being mischievous.

Taz it cant be all bad on that site. I did think their driver of the year was a bit more realistic than on some sites.


January 13, 2014 1:19 PM


Taz it cant be all bad on that site. I did think their driver of the year was a bit more realistic than on some sites.

And just how often did you vote for the winner of that poll Troll?

Hmm The Troll Poll has a certain ring to it and sums up it's result quite nicely.

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