Interview with Jenson Button – the best victory at Canadian GP
Sunday’s spectacular Canadian race had highs and lows for most of the drivers, but it was probably McLaren’s Jenson Button who experienced some of the biggest troughs and peaks in Montreal. And Button was understandably emotional after emerging victorious from a tumultuous ride, which saw him collide with his team mate, pit five times and receive a drive-through penalty. He relives all the action…
Q: Jenson, how does it feel?
Jenson Button: It is truly fantastic. During races… Read Full
(Formula1.com) After Monaco there was a sense of deja vu for Sebastian Vettel’s engineers on Friday as they again had to repair a car that had kissed the wall early in the morning session. As the impact was milder than two weeks ago, the champion and standings leader was able to hit the Montreal track again in the afternoon – and clock the second-fastest time…
Q: Sebastian, another practice crash. Is this going to be your usual weekend warm-up?
Sebastian Vettel: I did ask myself if this really was necessary. Unfortunately it happened and in that moment there was nothing I could have done to avoid it. I lost the rear and there you go. Read Full
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