Even though he had a good lap on the soft tyres, Jenson Button has revealed his MP4-29 is generally lacking balance around the Hungaroring.
The McLaren driver completed 60 laps in Friday's two session with a best time of 1:26.234.
That time, set in the afternoon on the soft Pirelli tyres, put him ninth on the timesheet, 1.752s behind pace-setter Lewis Hamilton.
"I had a relatively good run on the soft tyre using high fuel, so I'm feeling happier about that, but the balance over a single lap is something we need to concentrate on tonight," Button revealed.
"It was quite difficult to be consistent; the car felt different from corner to corner, from lap to lap. I like a precise...
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