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GP Week : Issue 203
Okay, the shunt improved the position by two spots, but Jenson Button emerged from a mid-field scrap to secure an honest fourth place – a lot more than he’d anticipated earlier in the day: " What a fantastic race! Big congratulations to Daniel – I 'm a big fan of his, he's a great guy, and he's obviously got the skills. Your first grand prix victory is always very special, so very well done to him. "T he opening stint on the option tyre was tough-going for me, so I decided to jump off it quite early and move to the prime. But then I just kept coming up on traffic – there were cars every where: if you were racing against a single car, it was easier to get past, but if you were in a bunch, it was tough because lots of drivers were able to use the DRs. “still, I fought my way through at the end. I had a little dice with Fernando [Alonso] and Nico [Hulkenberg] – Fernando almost hit Nico at the hairpin, and had to dive down the inside. Then they both ran wide and I got down the inside of both of them. “You never want to see an accident like Felipe and Checo's but, fortunately, they both got out of their cars okay, which was good. We come out of this weekend knowing that there's a better overall feel to our car – it's encouraging that we're making progress. In a straightforward race, I wouldn't have finished four th, but we did a good job today and ought to be happy.” Unseen hero 31 GPWEEK.com // 31 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> CANADA PARTNERS: