Jenson Button is hoping for a change of fortune in Korea as he bids to help McLaren consolidate their fifth place in the Constructors' Championship.
The Brit has only netted points in one of three starts at the Yeongam circuit, bringing his McLaren home in fourth place at the 2011 race.
The previous race he had finished a lacklustre P12 while last year he retired on the opening lap after being hit by Kamui Kobayashi.
"If there's one circuit on the F1 calendar that hasn't been particularly kind to me, then it's the track in Korea," said the Brit.
"I had a pretty tough race there in 2010, an average race there in '11, and I didn't even have a race there last year - someone...
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