Jenson Button wasn't at all despondent after missing out on a podium in Singapore, saying it was "good fun" trying to achieve it.
With 10 laps to go in Sunday's night race at the Marina Bay circuit, Button was lapping in third place with Kimi Raikkonen dogging him.
The Lotus driver soon made his move after which Button dropped rather rapidly as his MP4-28 lacked the pace needed to hold his rivals at bay.
"We thought we might have a chance of a podium, but in the end we didn't have the pace to keep us ahead of the closing cars," he said.
"It was good fun trying though, and we have to take risks if we want to get podium finishes this year."
The Brit crossed the...
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