Jenson Button says he is relieved, rather than happy, to have secured seventh on the grid for the Hungarian Grand Prix after previously struggling to find the right set-up in practice.
The Brit made it safely through to the top 10 shoot-out, which was disrupted by a big crash for his team-mate Kevin Magnussen after rain at turn one took several drivers by surprise.
He was able to finish the final segment of qualifying in seventh place and was pleased to be close to Williams and Ferrari.
'I massively struggled in practice,' Button admitted. 'It has been a tough weekend; I haven’t been able to extract the pace. It feels like it has been raining on top of my car all weekend.
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