Despite struggling with oversteer, Jenson Button says his MP4-29 felt "okay" during Friday's British GP practices.
Although the drivers had to contend with strong winds at the Silverstone circuit, the warmer temperatures suited Button's McLaren.
The Brit, sporting a pink helmet in remembrance of his father John, finished the afternoon's session seventh on the timesheets.
Button's 1:36.228 put him 1.720s behind the pace-setting Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton.
"It's fantastic to be out on the circuit for the first day of the Santander British Grand Prix. To be here on a sunny day, and with a full house, makes it even better, too.
"Our car felt okay today, but we're still...
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