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GP Week : Issue 198
After getting it wrong in qualifying (albeit in Q3), Jenson Button quite enjoyed sunday, and left Malaysia confident that he’d done as well as the McLaren would allow: “It was hot out there this afternoon! And when you’ve spent all that time watching the two Williams battling in your mirrors, it makes it feel even hotter. “Still, it was an enjoyable race, and I couldn’t really have expected more. I think we got the most we could out of the package, and I didn’t think I’d be finishing sixth after the way the car had performed earlier in the weekend. “It’s encouraging for all the guys that we called both the pit stops and the fuel usage perfectly throughout the race. “Nonetheless, there’s no getting away from the fact that we’re still weak in the high-speed corners; this car does have its strengths, but we’ve got a lot of work to do. We got the best out of the car today, but we know we still need to improve.” Jenson: couldn't have expected much more MINING THE RAREST DIAMONDS 27 GPWEEK.com // 27 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> MALAYSIA PARTNERS: