Third is usually a pretty good place – Button

Sept.10 – 2009 world champion Jenson Button is positive over his opportunity of battle for success at Monza, the British speedy says that third is usually a pretty good place to start from. And he thinks new-for-2011 DRS will support his race plan from the second row of the grid. And he agrees his team-mate Hamilton’s speech as he said Vettel was very fast today…

“Third is usually a pretty good place to start, but here you just can’t get past the front two if they are side-by-side, so it’s tricky,” Button commented. “Looking at today I totally agree with Lewis, even if we got a little bit more out of the car we were never going to challenge Seb, they were very fast today. The strange thing is these guys (Red Bull) don’t look like they are carrying a lot of wing, but they’re sort of half a second quicker than us in the last sector which is the high speed corners. So that’s difficult to understand and it’s something we will definitely have to look at, but not at the moment.

“We’ve to concentrate on tomorrow now and look forward to a good race, we’re both in great positions and I think we can both score some good points here. It’s not so important to be on pole position here like in previous years because we have the DRS, so we’ll see.”

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