First corner chaos shouldn't spoil Button's win

First corner chaos shouldn't spoil Button's win

The first-corner carnage may have spoiled what could have been a classic Belgian Grand Prix, but as Adam Cooper explains it should not detract from what was a sensational victory for Jenson Button

The first-corner carnage at Spa robbed us of what the unusual-looking grid suggested would be a sensational Belgian Grand Prix.

While we did get some action as cars that were out of position worked their way through, had all the top-10 qualifiers made it round the first lap intact, it surely would have been a much better spectacle.

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