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Though I am not a "fan boy" of anyone, I would say I am also not a "hater" of anyone. My congrats to the first four earlier was for the podium fighters. Not including Button in that doesn't mean anything other than the others (in my opinion) were better to watch from a purely objective view of enjoying a "race". Button was heard on the radio early complaining about traffic, then later asking IF he should race and then simply falling away to 35 seconds behind Alonso when Vettel almost made the podium after the final pit-stops. Yes he did well to get a fifth place on a two-stopper in "that" McLaren, but didn't get my juices flowing watching him. Simple.

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