F1 » Mercedes already looking long-term


Mercedes set to have more than half of its team working on 2014 F1 challenger by next month


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Big Will - Unregistered

April 26, 2013 10:47 AM

@Bob

The issue with the 2009 season was that, the Brawn GP was so fast almost 2 seconds fast, and Button enjoyed his time in the sun, but when teams caught up half way through the season then Button struggled, but surprisingly Ruben Barrichello still won 2 races in Valencia and Monza and got pole in Brazil. This shows that unless Button's car has a massive advantage he won do jack! Like I said Ruben still took the challenge to other teams when it was a level playing field.

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