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bonecrasher

June 16, 2012 6:41 PM

F1 » Button aiming to bounce back after Canada


@richard Finishing ahead of your team-mate does not mean anything for car number. Look at Schumacher, he finished behind Roseberg but he got the number 7 on his car. It's all power politics within. Button certainly thought it would give him a psychological victory and show everyone that he was the number 1. And no, I don't have it in for him - it's just annoying how he got corky after finishing second last year, like that means anything!

bonecrasher

June 16, 2012 6:33 PM

F1 » Button aiming to bounce back after Canada


@NKT You are right about Button's luck. I don't know why people can not accept that one driver can get that much luck. Look at his car advantage for his Championship year. It certainly was not because he was the best driver on the grid. Far from it. And then look at what people are saying is his greatest win, the conditions and the safety cars. He also crashed and went into the pits for new tyres which meant after the safety car he was on much better tyres than anybody else. All luck.

bonecrasher

June 16, 2012 6:12 PM

F1 » Button aiming to bounce back after Canada


@Liam48 It's the way Botton went about it, moving Hamilton's personnel over to his side. He demanded the number 3 on his car as well as the team-leader role so he could get the car designed around himself. He was telling all and sundry just how much more input in car development he had had than Lewis and how he was the real challenger to Vettel's crown going as far as discounting Alonso!


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