Is It Bye Bye Button????

Muffakham ShaheriyarCorrespondent INovember 17, 2009

ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - NOVEMBER 01:  Jenson Button of Great Britain and Brawn GP celebrates on the podium after finishing third during the Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix at the Yas Marina Circuit on November 1, 2009 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.  (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)
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We are having an interesting situation this one..
JB held out at Brawn for a better package of around 6m.Then came this rocker for him.Brawn turn into Merc. GP and now they are searching and scanning for the bes possible Germans on the planet to race for their team and newsflash your WDC isn't a German so we could be hitting out next season with our WDC being a lame duck and being able to defend His World Title bravely(if at all anybody gave the Brit a chance.Personally the Brit has had his piece of prime time and the regular stuff will recommence next year..Maybe he could brew coffee at Singtel Singapore GP next year.Ha!! Ha!!)

Realistically looking the Big Four Don't have a spot for the WDC.Ferrari have already confirmed their line-up.Adding JB would mean they would have six drivers if Kimi doesn't find a new team with Schumi and Fisi the race.McLaren wouldn' want him and honestly if Renault decide to pull out Kubica would be a far better option,Anyway Kimi is the best around in the market and i would love to see the Flying Finn back in business and give his fellow racers a run for their money(even though he has more than half of them put together..)Still the guy is a talent and even Ron Dennis will admit that.Plus he would boost McLaren's chances at the constructors with Ferrari buying themselves back into reckoning with Alonso and a determinr.Then there is Brawn GP or rather Merc. GP(i can't spell the full name probably you would have guessed that by now...).They would rather have German drivers than this Brawn-made Button.Rosberg and heidfield are exciting talents and could bear the Merc. flag next year.Then there is Red Bull who were the first to announce their line up for the next season and their line up had some cool talent so Button doesn't fit here.

So whose left now?

Renault?Their future isn't certain in Formula 1.Then AT&T Williams are confirmed.Then we have the force of my country,Force India.Honestly do you expect them to sign up Button when they already have Luizzi as their second driver and he can race too.Sutil is #1 anyway.Then we have Toro Rosso and they probably go with the Sebastiens...

Then we have the new additions Manor,Campos, Lotus and USF1.I don't see Button at USF1 particularly and honestly Campos and Manor? Campos may have Brunno Senna but i would rather lose my WDC sitting at home and then saying that i wasn't driving hence i lost.

Maybe Lotus.. I read on the blog on BBC Sport in somebody's comment that Lotus had an exciting package and could challenge if they got it just right.So what do you think?Let me know...