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June 18th, 2013
Jenson Button has faith that he and McLaren can still give home fans something to cheer about in the British Grand Prix, despite recent struggles. On the back of a disastrous performance in Canada, where McLaren’s long-running record of 64 consecutive points finishes came to an end, Button believes the high-speed nature of Silverstone will be a better stomping ground
June 9th, 2013
Jenson Button described the Canadian Grand Prix as a “painful” experience for McLaren and one that underlined the depth of its plight.
June 7th, 2013
Jenson Button fears that his gearbox problem in Friday practice in Canada could prove costly given that it interrupted his planned long run. A gearbox issued forced Button to park in the McLaren garage near the end of the day’s only fully-dry session, curtailing his programme and leaving the team short on data
June 7th, 2013
Jenson Button believes he will be in contention for victory in the Canadian Grand Prix if the race is hit by rain as forecast. The 33-year-old won the rain-hit race in Montreal in 2011 and is confident that bad weather will play into his hands
May 26th, 2013
Sergio Perez believes his incident with Kimi Raikkonen in the closing stages of the Monaco Grand Prix could have been avoided if the Lotus driver had given him room. Perez tried to pass the Finn for fifth place into the chicane having pulled off successful moves on Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button in previous laps, but the pair made contact. Raikkonen suffered a left-rear puncture as a result and was forced to pit, though he recovered to finish 10th, while Perez retired with brake problems just a few laps from the finish
May 25th, 2013
Jenson Button described McLaren as its “own worst enemy” as a fuel pump problem prevented a strong showing in the last segment of Monaco Grand Prix qualifying . After finishing fifth in Q1 and eighth in Q2, Button was unable to mount a proper challenge in Q3, thanks to what was later revealed to be an issue with his car’s fuel pump
May 23rd, 2013
Jenson Button believes McLaren is in better shape for the Monaco Grand Prix, but that it needs to improve its qualifying pace to have a chance of taking advantage of that improvement. Although the team remained in the lower part of the top 10 in Thursday practice , Button said his feeling with the troubled car on long runs was better than of late
May 22nd, 2013
Jenson Button wants to keep a feeling of ‘freedom’ over his Formula 1 future, despite McLaren’s insistence that he is welcome to stay put until the end of his career. McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale told UK newspapers last week that the 2009 world champion, who signed for the Woking team the following year, could remain with the team “as long as he wants”
May 11th, 2013
Jenson Button admitted McLaren’s upgrades are “nowhere near enough” to get the team back towards the front after only qualifying 14th for the Spanish Grand Prix.
May 10th, 2013
Jenson Button admits McLaren’s first phase of a major series of upgrades has not led to radical improvements following the first two practice sessions at Barcelona. The Briton said instead improved correlation between simulations and on-track experience was the main cause for optimism, even if that remains more of a long-term fix. The team had said resolving its correlation problems was its chief priority in the build-up to this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix.
May 3rd, 2013
Jenson Button says his expectations are in check about McLaren’s update package for the Spanish Grand Prix, and that he is not letting himself believe they will transform its form. After a difficult start to the season for himself and team-mate Sergio Perez, McLaren is pinning hopes that a raft of developments being introduced at Barcelona will help it make progress
April 30th, 2013
Jenson Button sees no need for his McLaren bosses to get involved in any of his future on-track tussles with Sergio Perez, despite their clash at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
April 30th, 2013
Jenson Button had fun driving an old Soviet Lada in Hungary on Monday, taking the car for a few runs at the Driving Camp in Zsambek as part of a promotional event for McLaren sponsor Vodafone. After spinning on the dynamic shock-pad, designed to improve driving skills, with a Mercedes SL 63 AMG, Button had a go with a red Lada 1500. Originally based on the Fiat 124, and dated from the early 1970s, this now iconic car was a clear, if slightly expensive, favourite on the roads behind the Iron Curtain.
April 14th, 2013
Jenson Button says that McLaren’s two-stop strategy, and not an upturn in pace, was to credit for his fifth place in the Chinese Grand Prix. McLaren had come into China confident that it had pinpointed the flaws on its MP4-28 and with an upgrade package the team said on Friday was showing encouraging potential .
April 13th, 2013
Jenson Button believes the decision to qualify on the harder tyre has given him and McLaren the best chance possible for the Chinese Grand Prix . While the frontrunners opted to use the fast-but-fragile soft-compound Pirelli in Q3, Button completed one slow lap on the medium
April 11th, 2013
Jenson Button believes he would have been leading into the final laps of the Malaysian Grand Prix had his race not been ruined by a pitstop calamity.
April 11th, 2013
Jenson Button has expressed surprise at Sebastian Vettel’s declaration that he would think nothing of disregarding team orders again. McLaren driver Button believes Red Bull was unwise to ask Mark Webber and Vettel to hold station as early as round two of the 2013 Formula 1 season. But the 2009 world champion admitted Vettel’s assertion that he would “probably do the same again” if he felt Webber did not deserve the win had showed an unexpected side of Vettel’s character
March 24th, 2013
Jenson Button believes a Malaysian Grand Prix podium finish was achievable had McLaren’s race not gone awry in the pits. Button was running fifth and suspects he could have outfoxed Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg by the finish had he made a three-stop strategy work.
March 23rd, 2013
Jenson Button believes McLaren has made good progress with its car in dry conditions since Melbourne. Button qualified his MP4-28 eighth in the rain-affected session in Malaysia, less than a week after struggling home ninth in the dry Australian GP
March 22nd, 2013
Jenson Button has become a director of the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association (GPDA), AUTOSPORT can reveal, replacing Felipe Massa. The vote was taken in a meeting of drivers’ body at Sepang on Friday