Jenson Button concedes he has only himself to blame for running into the back of Paul di Resta at the start of the Abu Dhabi GP.
After a disappointing qualifying session, Button started Sunday's race at the Yas Marina circuit down in 12th place.
Determined to make up positions, the McLaren driver locked up and ran into the back of Paul di Resta's Force India.
The impact broke Button's front wing and he was forced to pit for repairs, dropping him well down the order.
Button recovered to finish 12th, the same position he began.
"You make your own luck when you start down in 12th - where first-lap congestion is inevitable - and, sure enough, there was a little bit of argy-bargy into Turn...
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