nae wrote:i imagine there is a leg strength / feel issue to develop
Button is the faster driver of the two, at least when he is truly "on it".
DaveKillens wrote:Button sure hasn't shown any signs of brilliance or even determination for the last two years. Considering his salary, right now him I rate him "seriously overrated". The guy has to prove himself all over again with me.
Ciro Pabón wrote:I don't know if I've already told this joke (it's an old NASCAR joke):
Ross Brawn arrives to the garage where the BrawnGP cars are being prepared. A mechanic is standing outside the garage, and can't help but notice that Brawn has a dog under each arm.
The mechanic waves and says, "Welcome back, Mr. Brawn. Nice dogs, sir."
Brawn smiles and says, "These aren't ordinary dogs. These are genuine Labrador Retrievers. I got this one for Button, and I got this one for Rubens."
The mechanic says, "Good trade, sir."
Now, seriously, I think that in modern F1 your final position depends, let's say, 70% on the car and 30% on the driver. Both, Rubens and Mr. Button will shine this year. Perhaps not in the second semester, as Brawn hasn't the money to invest throughout the year, but...
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