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December 19, 2009 1:51 AM

F1 » Is revised points scheme 'illegal'?

Agree with Ahriman. I've said it for a few years now, the MotoGP/Superbike points system is best. There is never any argument or talk of changing their system - because it works and is fair throughout the field and gives backmarkers something tangible to fight for. With the enlarged grid of 26 cars, it makes sense to award points down to 15th place. It might be asking too much, but just copy it please FIA. You took the Pace Car from America, called it the Safety Car and that worked didn't it?


November 19, 2009 1:55 PM

F1 » Button breached contract, says 'disappointed' Brawn

Agree with other comments that something doesn't add up here. For weeks the offer has been £4m, now suddenly £12m appears from nowhere just as Brawn lose Button? Also, talking to another team isn't a breach of contract. Brawn have Rosberg contracted for 2010 (unconfirmed but it's an open secret) and must have negotiated with him to get that. Rosberg is a Williams driver, so was he breaching his contract to do that deal? Of course not. Every driver talks to other teams when their current contract comes to an end. Button has bad form on this area as well in the past. If anything, I would think that he'd know what not to do from that whole event, but you never know.


July 02, 2009 10:07 AM

F1 » Mid-term report: Vote for your F1 star of 2009 so far!

Haha, someone's got a sense of humour, Sutil and Fisi currently way out in front :o Gotta be Button for me. He's upped his game this year right when he got the good car - just when you need to up your game. Vettel is great as ever, but he's made some mistakes, such as Monaco/Australia. He's probably the fastest overall, but the most complete so far is def Button.

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