Jenson Button says he is looking for a better balance on low fuel following today's two Hungarian Grand Prix practice sessions at the Hungaroring.
The Brit, who finished ninth in both practice sessions, felt much happier with the feel of the MP4-29 on high fuel but believes there is still plenty of work to do on the qualifying set-up.
'“It was a little bit frustrating at times,' he said when asked about his day at the office. 'I didn’t really get a lap together but in the end it was a useful couple of sessions, the long runs and a lot of useful data there.
'Hopefully that will help us improve a little bit tomorrow. The long run was quite a lot better; it normally is as you have quite a...
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