Saturday, March 17, 2012

Free Practice III GP Australia 2012 | Button Pleased with Free Practice Three

MELBOURNE - McLaren driver, Jenson Button, believes he has a chance at the Australian Grand Prix event this season. Although, the two free practice sessions down position did not like the first session that there was in the forefront.

Former world champion Lewis Hamilton was a success and defeat Michael Scumacher in the first practice session at the Australian GP. Unfortunately, in the second session Button a little disturbed by the rain-soaked track and make its position down to 15th and back up at the last session of the fourth.

However, these results do not make him anxious. He felt the achievement as a leader in the first session at the opening session of the racing season of 2012, is a precious thing.

"Although it does not have enough sense, but it makes me quite happy to start it as the fastest in record time," he said as reported by Crash, Saturday (03/17/2012).

About the current condition of the car, Button feels there should be a redevelopment of the future. Though, cannot be crossed with a lot of circuit targeted keep Button optimistic about the race at the Australian Grand Prix tomorrow.

"At present there are still some things I think should be fixed again. Moreover, we cannot live like we want to rag on this day, but I still think positively will the results achieved, "he concluded.

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