Who was your driver of the day and why?

Well done to them all, getting 19 out of 20 home is good going.

Asked By: Allan - 4/26/2009
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Definitely Button. He started 4th and finished 1st. He made a good start and passed Hamilton in the first lap to settle in 3rd behind the Toyotas. Then the tactics of genius Brawn reminded me of the old Schumacher days: With perfect pit-stop strategy the team told Jenson to push for fast laps when needed. Jenson was... More
Answered By: carpediem602004 - 4/27/2009
Additional Answers (11)
Button drove a great race. He did well to pass Lewis which meant he was not stuck behind the Mclaren and made no mistakes during the race.
Answered By: GATORADE - 4/26/2009
Button for winning from third and keeping Vettel and Trulli behind him. Hamilton had a good start as well and I'm pleased he came fourth. I was disappointed with Glock as I was kind of hoping for a Toyota 1 & 2... More
Answered By: Emma - 4/26/2009
kimi rakkinom because he came 6th with a car that had no updates and was slower he kept glock behind well done FERRARI!
Answered By: Michael S - 4/26/2009
Kimi,because he finally scored points!
Answered By: Massa Raikkonen - 4/26/2009
Jenson, He did everything right, and he responded with great in and out laps when they were needed and did well to get back round Lewis. However this race was really technical and it was strategy the won the day, Ross Brawn was amazing, he kept everyone guessing as to whether Jenson was on a one or two stop strategy... More
Answered By: charlie - 4/26/2009
Its got to be Button for me, he drove a great race again, well done Jenson
Answered By: Shell - 4/26/2009
Jensen, he drove a fast and consistent race
Answered By: michael2k_18 - 4/26/2009
For me it was a great race with Button, Vettel and Hamilton being top of the pack however, for me driver of the day for me would be Piquet for finishing the race just outside of points even with all the pressure on him. He drove well and cleanly. Webber also deserves mention for pulling his way up to 11th.
Answered By: poisonedpirate - 4/26/2009
Everyone here is saying button and i also think that he did good. But he already has a good car and a good team. The people who impressed me today was webber for climbing up the feild in the opening stages so easily and barricello for his superb race. At one point he was at least 10-20 seconds behind the world champion... More
Answered By: o_O - 4/26/2009
kimi!!! kimi!!! kimi!!!
Answered By: Agustina A. B. - 4/27/2009
I have to say 1) Button for his move on Hamilton and cool head 2) Lewis bringing home the MacLaren 4th, and 3) Hakkiinen for some excellent overtakes and good finish position
Answered By: TooRight - 4/27/2009
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