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Button says McLaren is quickest in German GP



Who set third place in German GP from start sixth on the grid. There is no luck and safety car advantage. After stewards investigation found the Vettel’s move on Button have been illegal and the German handed a 20-second penalty, Button officially get second place for German Grand Prix.

McLaren prove superior performance after the huge development in the car following disappointed British GP. Second half of the race Jenson Button fight for top podium against winner Fernando Alonso, but he can’t able to move on Spaniard due to tyre degradation issue.

After the race Button says that he is happy with results and he claim that no-one quicker than McLaren at German GP. He added still targets title for this season.

“I am happy that we have done a good job and we have good pace. There is no-one quicker than us at the moment and we can fight for the win in the next few races,” said Button.

“I have had some difficult races earlier in the year but in the last two I have felt confident in myself and the team, but we weren’t quick enough, so to come here and fight at the front for the victory was a very special feeling.

“We need a little bit more, as we always do, but you’d say we are in the mix and if we can sort out qualifying then we’ve got a really good chance of winning races at the moment.” The Brit added.

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