Jenson Button failed in Japan Grand Prix Formula 1

Written By Admin on Saturday, October 8, 2011 | 6:38 PM

Japan - Appeared dominant during free practice session ahead of the Formula 1 Japan Grand Prix 2011, McLaren Mercedes driver Jenson Button must recognize the benefits of Sebastian Vettel in qualifying session. Button quite surprised because he felt he was able to grab pole position at Suzuka. Having recorded the fastest time during practice sessions the track, Button had to settle for second place in the final qualifying session on Saturday, October 8, 2011. British rider must give up Vettel started the race from pole position, Sunday, October 9, 2011.

In fact, Button feels his car speed was enough to secure pole position. However, the 2009 F1 world champion must accept the fact that Vettel was 0.009 seconds faster from it. "I think the speed on the last lap was enough, but it turns out (adrift) 0.009 seconds, so it is not good enough. In fact, I felt it was getting all of the performance of the car, "as quoted by Autosport Button regrets.

But on the other hand, Button proud to keep a distance very close to Red Bull, which he considers has always dominated the race in Suzuka. "I was riding a bit redundant on the last lap, or may be too pressing. But, can get close enough great Red Bull on the circuit that previously they have always dominated, "said the Briton.

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