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Across the channel
Jenson Button or the man who gets out of nowhere
We have recently seen him in a movie where he played a figurative part without being aware
of it; but without we are aware of it, the 2009 F1 world champion gets out of nowhere thanks
to his use of tyres and his strategies that are worthy of Ross Brawn.
And there is no surprise that the two of them found themselves winning thanks to a UFOsingle-seater conceived with colossal means, leaving Barrichello in the background, once
Like Prost, this Englishman saves his tyres and without making much noise, he ends up where
many did not expect him to be: at the top of the podium.
His association with Hamilton – the Genius – seems to be something of a fairytale, and as
very often when everything is going on smoothly, it is hard to see how this serenity could get
to an end.
David Coulthard, It is what it is
If you have not read David Coulthard’s autobiography yet, you should know that you can
purchase it. I discovered it when it was released, and I enjoyed very much to discover and
rediscover this character in his humanity and sincerity. From the backstage of tough
beginnings, replacing Senna who had just died, to his love for the woman who prepares him
some soup and for whom he has settled down, the man is confessing without a lie. It is a book
you must own if you have discovered F1 during the 1990s, or even before that.