Jenson Button has predicted that the Singapore Grand Prix will be an 'exciting' one due to the unusual way that the tyres are working around the Marina Bay Street Circuit. The Brit is expecting a range of tyre strategies to be used during the 61 lap race.
Button managed to make it through to the third and final qualifying session, setting the eighth fastest time. He conceded that a position on the fourth row of the grid was a reasonable result, despite there being plenty of work left to do.
Talking in a team statement he said: 'The car felt okay and I’d say it was a reasonable qualifying session for us. There’s still quite a bit of progress to be made, but we’ve been doing a lot of...
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