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Jenson Button: Opening races critical for championship.



2009 World Champion Jenson Button before to Bahrain GP as World Champion this weekend for the start of what assure to be one of the best seasons F1 has ever had to offer. Having switched from Brawn to McLaren beside guy Champion Lewis Hamilton, the frome driver risks making no predictions. Having won six of the season’s first seven races last year before preserving his championship lead until claiming the title at the second- last Grand Prix in Brazil, Button’s race-winning pattern of 2010 has been predicted as the conflicting by many, with a new situation to adapt to for the Englishman.

I am really looking onward to the start of the season, 2009 world champion told the official F1 website. It will be an adventure and an honor to sit on the grid with the number 1 on my car – it will really be the first time in my car racing career that that’s ever happened but I won’t be spending lot of time thoughts about the drivers who want to take it away from me.

Clearly, my targets are to keep the title and we’ll need to start the year very strongly if we’re going to attain that because, more than ever these days, World Championships seem to be won at the start of the season rather than at the end of it. Telling his inspiration as fresh ahead of his 11th season in the sport, Button reiterated the reasons for his choice of last November. If I’d stayed where I was, I don’t think I’d have had fairly the same willpower as I do now, he said, and that’s due to a blend of things such as my knowledge with the team and the emotion that you’re repeating yourself.

I’m joyful with his working association with Lewis Hamilton; Jenson is gambling not anything on the upcoming campaign. I’d counsel you to save your money! He as a joke warned.

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