What Button can teach young racers

What Button can teach young racers

Jenson Button got accused of being soft at the Abu Dhabi GP, but Glenn Freeman reckons that reveals a problem in modern driving attitudes. And he has two former world champions on his side

In between all the collisions and short-tempered Finnish radio messages in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, a fine piece of racing went almost unnoticed.

After several laps of sizing up Jenson Button's McLaren, Sebastian Vettel made a move stick around the outside into Turn 11. No contact, no cars driving across concrete run-off areas. Just two world champions showing their class, and doing it all inside the white lines.

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