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Really happy with qualifying P3 in front of my home crowd – Button

Really happy with qualifying P3 in front of my home crowd – ButtonPosted On 05 Jul 2014By : thisisf1Comment: 0 The British crowd was very happy for a local boy Jenson Button qualified third for McLaren- his best grid position at Silverstone in nearly 10 years. Even as a disappointing thing happens in Saturday, Lewis Hamilton drop down to sixth following a dramatic fault. Also the Button admits that his tricky Q3 attempt, resulted success a surprising third place behind Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel in front of my home crowd. “At the start of the session, I was really looking forward to getting out there. And, as soon as we did, we found the grip of the circuit, and I felt...
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