ra106 wrote:I didn't see anything this race to suggest Button was slower in fact a lot of the time Jenson was matching or lapping quicker than Hamilton and to be honest at the start of the season before JBs set up problems Jenson was out racing Lewis so I think they are on equal terms. Jenson did let Lewis through and in fact McLaren told JB not to worry about Lewis But he couldn't just drive off the circuit, he was fighting other cars around him and couldn't lose time himself. What do you expect him to do? It would have been the same if it were the other way around unfortunately Lewis didn't have the pace today and even if Jenson did let Lewis through earlier some how it wouldn't have changed the result.
n smikle wrote:He held up Lewis who was faster at the time and lo and behold he let through Grosjean without even defending a teeny bit.
Diesel wrote:I think McLaren have bigger issues to be honest. Playing these kinds of games for the last of the points positions is not where they want to be.
This is really making a mountain out of a molehill. If Lewis had been fighting for victory, or a podium then it might have been an issue.
MrBlacky wrote:That is what McL is doing for years now. They don't use teamorder but they let their driver race each other.
I like it and they get my great respect for this. (Unlike RB did last year for example..)
internetf1fan wrote:McLaren should realise that they are competiting in a multimillion business.
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