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Bob, please check your facts. BAR have never won a World championship. Button never won a WDC with BAR. During its entire existence, BAR won a race. That's ONE race, just as Torro Rosso won a race.
I would say that if you win ONE race in 4/5 years (that's over 80 races), that win is not a true reflection of your performance, but the misfortune of the top teams and drivers on that specific day.
That WDC won by Button (with Brawn GP, not BAR) is just another proof of his inability to develop and even drive a car competitively. Brawn took the very same car that BAR and Button could not win a race with, transformed it with some inovative ideas (adding a DD), and made it a world champion. Those are facts.
BAR was second (not third as you stated) in the constructor's championship in 2004. But what you faill to mention is that Button was relatively new to the team as he came in a year earlier in replacement of Olivier Panis. I don't think he had any significant input on the development of