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@pole position - again you can't have it both ways. You say that Hamilton's lack of success this year was down to the team, all about Mclaren screw ups and reliability issues, which I would agree with. Yet you're saying here that Buttons drop off in results in the 2nd half 2009 was down to him, nothing to do with Brawn being out developed by teams with more resources, notably Red Bull!!! Honda, having produced an absolute dog of a car in 2008, put everything into the 2009 car which with, not only the innovative exhaust blown diffuser, but, after they pulled out, Mercedes engines, was the class of the field at the start of 2009. Brawn did not have the money or manpower to develop the car through the season like Mclaren, Ferrari & Red Bull and consequently by mid-season they began to struggle. Button still put in consistent, point scoring drives, notably in Brazil which was the drive of the season, which is all you can do in a situation like that! He was a worthy winner that year, no que