Jenson Button is hoping the weather forecast for Monaco remains dry after having a taste of the inters and their lack of grip on Thursday.
Button was one of the busiest drivers in Thursday's second practice as the McLaren driver put in the laps with the intermediate tyres on the drying circuit.
He was the quickest of those on the inters, although only nine drivers really did any running on them.
However, when the rest of the field emerged for supersoft tyre runs late in the session, Button dropped to eighth, 1.239s off the pace.
He told the official F1 website: "It's much too early to say how fast we really are - or the others - but it's nice to be back in Monaco. It's a lot of fun...
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