Button: we can fight for more victories in 2012

2009 world champion Jenson Button hopeful 2012 McLaren will beat Red Bull. And he is believe that McLaren now in very good position. McLaren duo won three races in 2011 and he was finished second in the world championship behind the Sebastian Vettel.

“We haven’t quite won the world championship in the last two years, but I have won quite a few races with this team and I feel that our time is coming, we are in a very good position. And it couldn’t be better really so we are very excited about 2012.” Button told Autosport.

“We have spent two years together now. It has flown by, and it is quite scary that it has been two seasons already,” Button added.

“My aim was to arrive at McLaren and win races, and be with a team that can always give me a chance of winning the world championship. I feel that we have really improved and I feel that with a tiny bit more improvement we can fight for more victories in 2012.”

“Japan meant a lot to me, because I have got a lot of connections with Japan over the last eight years,” he said. So to have won that grand prix on a circuit that I love; such a high speed circuit, a circuit that should suit Red Bull, in front of the Japanese fans after all they had been through this year, it was a very special victory.”

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