Connect with us

Uncategorized

Button excite ‘wait and see access to rules’

Published

on

2009 World champion and McLaren new driver Jenson Button expect for next race weekend. In Australian Grand Prix Jenson hopes the better finish for that Bahrain Grand Prix he completed 7th position. He is agreeing Albert Park must fit the McLaren team.


Appearing in advance of the coming up Melbourne GP Jenson said: I have some tremendously enjoyable memories of racing in Australia. As with most drivers on the grid, Albert Park was my first opening to Formula 1, and I truly enjoyed my entrance, running as high as fourth before retiring. I was on pole in 2006, even though I had another non-finish. Of course, last year was a fairytale race for me – I took pole and victory, which was one of the most satisfying and emotional moments of my career.


Looking in advance to this year, I think we head to the Albert Park circuit sentiment more surely of our overall pace. It’s quite a difference to Bahrain: no tight, low-speed sections and plenty of faster corners. We think the track arrangement should suit our package. We learnt some very helpful lessons about MP4-25 in the opening race, and the entire team is keen to put them into practice this weekend.

Related News: Lewis Hamilton expect less troubles in Australian GP

Tag:Vodafone McLaren Mercedes eShop, F1 Store, Formula 1 Store, Formula 1 Latest news, Mercedes GP, McLaren F1, Redbull Racing, Ferrari F1, Sauber F1, Williams F1, Force India, Hispania Racing, Lotus F1, Virgin F1, Renault F1.

http://www.formula1onlive.com/feeds/posts/default?alt=rss
Comments

Latest F1 News

Latest F1 News

2019 F15 days ago

I’m not ready for Formula E – Hulkenberg

Nico Hulkenberg says he is “not ready” to contemplate a switch to Formula E. It is strongly rumoured that if...

2019 F15 days ago

BREAKING: Albon to replace Gasly from Belgian GP

Toro Rosso’s speedy Alexander Albon will replace Pierre Gasly at Red Bull from the next race in Belgium, the F1...

2019 F16 days ago

Alonso says it is not true liking Vettel

Fernando Alonso says it is not true that he doesn’t like Sebastian Vettel. In Hungary, amid rumours the retired double...

2019 F11 week ago

F1 teams balk at expensive new regulations

F1 teams are pushing back on proposed new regulations — for reasons of cost. One idea that could be scrapped...

2019 F11 week ago

McLaren targets Sainz to beat Gasly in 2019

McLaren is targeting a coveted sixth place in the 2019 drivers’ world championship with Carlos Sainz. With Mercedes, Ferrari and...

2019 F12 weeks ago

F1 broadcaster fails to show Sainz in Hungary

Carlos Sainz was “the invisible man” during the recent Hungarian GP. In fact, well-known Spanish journalist Antonio Lobato claims that...

2019 F12 weeks ago

Marko confirms Verstappen staying at Red Bull-Honda for F1 2020

Red Bull motorsport head Dr Helmut Marko has confirmed that Max Verstappen is definitely staying at Red Bull-Honda in 2020....

2019 F12 weeks ago

Me and Russel are eating two different dishes – Kubica

Robert Kubica is yet to benefit from what seems to have been a clear step forward for Williams and George...

2019 F12 weeks ago

I will not stop doing dangerous activities – Raikkonen

Kimi Raikkonen says he will not stop doing dangerous activities just because he is in Formula 1. Well known for...

2019 F12 weeks ago

Two competitive cars ‘essential’ to Red Bull success – Horner

  Christian Horner says it is “essential” that Red Bull has two cars near the front of the F1 field....

Most Popular

ThisisF1.com is not affiliated with Formula 1, Formula One Management, Formula One Administration, Formula One Licensing BV, Formula One World Championship Ltd or any other organization or entity associated with the official Formula One governing organizations or their shareholders. Copyrighted material used under Fair Use/Fair Comment.

References
We could use the following leading F1 news sources for stories: SkyF1, BBC F1, Autosport, ESPN F1, FIA Media Center, MotorSport, JamesAllen and others leading authors blog.

All Rights Reserved © 2017 Prime Sport Media