Jenson Button finally became world champion last weekend, but anyone who claims he stumbled to the title with a faltering display in the second half of the season couldn't be further from the truth.
Button's title success was built on his stunning series of victories in the early part of the season when, making the most of the advantage their controversial but legal double diffuser design gave them, he won six from seven.
But that was the easy bit. At a time when the Brawn GP car was, for the most part, streets ahead of its rivals all he had to do was steer it to victory. When their rivalsRead More »from Gray Matter: Button – The steely champion