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Tyre gamble was worth it Button

Jenson Button admitted his gamble on intermediate tyres during qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix was the wrong call but insists it was worth the risk.While every other driver in Q3 went straight out on the full wet tyre, both McLarens opted for the intermediate and Button decided to stick with that choice after his installation lap. With rain falling intermittently throughout the final part of qualifying, Button eventually finished 4.5s off the pace in tenth place but said McLaren was in the right position to take such a gamble.“Q3 could have been absolutely amazing, but it wasn't,” Button said. “When I did my first lap on inters and then we came in the pits at that point if it...
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