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Button hoping for multiple winners

"For us at the moment, the important thing is to keep working and see what we can do with development and a direction, taking every day as it comes," he said, "This weekend we're not going to be winning grands prix, so it's not suddenly going to come good, but we can find a step forward. It's about developing as much as we can, as quick as we can.

"A few of the midfield teams that would normally be behind us are also very surprised by how quick some of the cars are. And I think that has surprised us just as much, as to how we're not getting the performance we thought we had. I think we have a reasonable understanding of what we need to do, but not 100 per cent.

"I wouldn't use the word 'panic', but we're working hard to get back to the front because this is not where we expected to be and it's definitely not where we should be."



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oldtimer - Unregistered

March 21, 2013 6:34 PM

Did I say Button had any imput into developing the Brawn, I don't think so, what I actually said was that he was very lucky stepping into a car that was much faster than the opposition at the start of 2009. The fact that you read something into it which was not meant is not my problem, more a result of your persistant missreading of what people actually say. What Lewis Hamilton has to do with it is beyond me. Anyway you would be well advised to stop falling of your perch because it's obviously affecting you badly.

Macca - Unregistered

March 21, 2013 12:07 PM

Macca really are a bit of a mess at the mo. One story I heard was that in the barc. tests, when JB appeared impressively fast, they had put the suspension on the wrong way round giving the car a much lower ride height and artificial pace. Incredible to think a team could make such a balls up. Anyway, here's hoping that they can turn it around.



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