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walrus909

November 06, 2014 4:22 PM

F1 » Button could turn down F1 deal at McLaren


Jenson has a unique situation. He could leave head held high, after all he's healthy and wealthy. He could retain a seat with the new Honda power, which could be good bad or ugly. He could replace a certain SKY commentator with the experience of one who's actually competed this century, against the current line up. I don't think he would simply disappear from the lime light. Personally I would like to see him help develop the new HAAS car, as driver or management.

walrus909

November 07, 2014 1:02 PM

F1 » Button could turn down F1 deal at McLaren


areyoutalkingjibber:
walrus909: Jenson has a unique situation. He could leave head held high, after all he's healthy and wealthy. He could retain a seat with the new Honda power, which could be good bad or ugly. He could replace a certain SKY commentator with the experience of one who's actually competed this century, against the current line up. I don't think he would simply disappear from the lime light. Personally I would like to see him help develop the new HAAS car, as driver or management.
How silly! Martin Brundle's one of the best informed, insightful and usually (he has the odd lapse moment) most observant comentators of any sport in the world today. or are you talking about the Hill/Herbert double act in the pre/after show?
yes

walrus909

November 03, 2014 4:35 PM

F1 » F1: Double points could ‘overshadow season’ – Wolff


Ponty:
Mark : If Lewis loses by a point then he may regret quitting that race earlier in the season.
You mean that race where his car was damaged and he was slower than the saubers?
Wasn't it Canada? Where Lewis and Nico had the same brake problems, and Nico nursed his car to second while Lewis just cooked his? All Lewis needed was to coast to ninth and this would be a non issue


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