Articles tagged Jenson Button

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Grand Pix Notebook

Belgium & Italy Rd 12 Spa-Francorchamps, Aug 24 2014 1 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull RB10 1hr 24min 36.556sec 2 Nico Rosberg Mercedes W05 1hr 24min 39.939sec 3 Valtteri Bottas Williams FW36 1hr 25min 04.588sec Fastest lap: Nico Rosberg Mercedes W05 1min 50.511secRace distance: 44 laps, 191.415 milesPole position: Nico RosbergMercedes W05 2min 05.591sec Rd 13 Monza, September 7 2014 1 Lewis...

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Grand Prix notebook

Australia 1 Nico Rosberg Mercedes W05 1hr 32min 58.710sec 2 Kevin Magnussen McLaren MP4-29 Mercedes 1hr 33min 25.487sec 3 Jenson Button McLaren MP4-29 Mercedes 1hr 33min 28.737sec Fastest lap: Nico Rosberg Mercedes W05 1min 32.478secRace distance: 58 laps, 191.117 milesPole position: Lewis Hamilton Mercedes W05 1min 44.231sec ❖ The sound Just the sound of gently lapping water, the oars of a boat...

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Nigel Roebuck

>>Straight-talkin’ Petty >>Prost on the present >>Double points farce A step into the obscene?The F1 field heads for Turn One at Yas Marina, Abu Dhabi in 2013. When the sport returns in November, drivers will be contesting the first double-points finale in the world championship’s 65-season history – a detail that sits uncomfortably with many. Regulators, thy name is...

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Top drivers set for Wembley

The 2007 Race of Champions will take place at Wembley Stadium on December 16. So far Michael Schumacher, David Coulthard, Jenson Button, Heikki Kovalainen, Marcus Grönholm, Sébastien Bourdais and Andy Priaulx have been confirmed as drivers for the event. The attraction of the ROC is that all the drivers race identical cars on the same circuit (two side-by-side tracks which cover the same...

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Lunch with... Martin Brundle

The racer turned commentator and driver manager looks back on an eventful and turbulent career with Simon TaylorPhotographer: James Mitchell He raced in 158 grands prix over 12 seasons, and his rides included McLaren, Benetton and Williams. He scored points from his first F1 race to his last, and stood on the podium nine times, from Monaco to Monza, Spa to Silverstone. And he was World Sports Car...

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Race of Champions

Düsseldorf, Germany With the ink on his new Volkswagen World Rally Championship contract barely dry, Sébastien Ogier held off Audi legend Tom Kristensen in the final to claim victory in the 2011 Race of Champions. Inside the ESPRIT Arena, with its roof firmly shut to keep out the December weather, Ogier disposed of current DTM champion Martin Tomczyk and World Touring Car star Andy Priaulx en...

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In his happy place

If Jenson Button justified his move to McLaren in 2010, last season he went some way to making the team his own Looking back, it seems ludicrous that the end of 2008 saw Jenson Button facing the scrap heap. With only one Grand Prix victory to his credit, the end of the road loomed as Honda pulled out. Then came the fairy tale World Championship triumph with Brawn, the oh-so prescient move to...

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Jack Heuer: A pioneer of his time

Jack Heuer celebrates his 80th birthday in 2012. The Swiss, Honorary Chairman of TAG Heuer and the great-grandson of watch company founder Edouard Heuer, has created a lasting legacy in the world of timekeeping, but his achievements go far beyond an iconic range of chronographs. His pioneering influence on sponsorship in Formula 1 and motor racing around the globe set standards that others can...

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Nigel Roebuck

REFLECTIONS Bernie's happy; now what about Silverstone's fans? Alonso a hero - in González Ferrari and British GP 'Smokey' Yunick's Indy special graces Goodwood When I got home from Silverstone late on Sunday night, I poured a stiff scotch and soda, and sat down to watch the IndyCar race from Toronto, which was eventually won — after endless 'full-course yellows' — by Dario Franchitti. He was...

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Nigel Roebuck

REFLECTIONS - Amid the excitement, DRS is a gimmick too far - It's time the Formula 1 got rid of the 'one move' rule - A joke or several courtesy of Frank Gardner You could hardly fault the Chinese Grand P • in terms of action — and this on a track rdly renowned for it. At different points five drivers led the race, and all afternoon there was more overtaking than any longtime Formula 1 observer...

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