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A little knowledge is in fact a dangerous thing, although I suggest brushing up on your knowledge a little before telling others off.
The highest Watson ever finished in the WDC was 3rd, in 1982.
And I hardly think the most experienced driver on the grid needs any advice from Watson. Especially not when he quite clearly stated that he had no problem with racing Perez or anyone else and even congratulated Perez for being faster than him and beating him out right.
He was quite simply pointing out that Perez needs to calm down a bit - a sentiment shared by all the top drivers in F1 at only the last race in China.
So how about everyone actually listens to what Button said on the radio and in the interview and not just what they think he said or meant.