Jenson Button has said that he is pleased with the 'small but definite' improvement made by McLaren at the Belgian Grand Prix. The team brought a handful of upgrades to the circuit and they seemed to pay off, Button racing strongly to sixth place after reverting from a one to a two-stop strategy.
The Brit has previously criticised the handling of the McLaren MP4-28 but admitted that he 'really enjoyed driving the car' and had 'fun' racing around the iconic circuit.
Speaking in a team statement he discussed how his race panned out, saying: 'We were trying for a one-stop strategy at the start of the race, then we adapted that to a two-stopper later on. We gave it a go, but our pace still...
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