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"the car was pretty much undriveable"

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Red Bull sealed a one-two on the grid for the British Grand Prix as Sebastian Vettel beat Mark Webber to pole. The Red Bulls were in a league of their own - Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, in third, was 0.811secs off Vettel. Lewis Hamilton salvaged fourth from a difficult weekend for McLaren as team-mate Jenson Button managed only 14th after struggling for rear grip.

Posted on the BBC web site:

 

"I think there's something wrong - the car was pretty much undriveable," the world champion (Jenson Button) told BBC Sport.

 

This is terrible! Could anyone recommend a course of action for Jenson against either the mechanics, tyre manufacturers or someone else?

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He could try Kwik Fit - you would be surprised what they can do :)

 

They can speak Japanese, sing, play the piano, you never know, they might even be able to fix cars as well.

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Yea, but funny how C--- P---'s car came second today, and i see that Mr. Smug B has been in the pits this last two races.

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Go to Arnold Clarke perhaps?? He could get all the finance he needs and the aftersales service...........well just look at the customer service awards he'll enjoy the benefit of. Fully trained technicians through their own training company. What more could he want? Just like the Woking operation.

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