A damp track after a rain shower heading into turn one at the Hungaroring ultimately cost Kevin Magnussen a top ten start for the Hungarian Grand Prix, but his McLaren-Mercedes team-mate Jenson Button will start seventh.
Button was happy with his qualifying effort after admitting struggling for pace and balance all through practice, so to qualify seventh felt like a good result for the Briton. He praised his mechanics in the garage for never giving up, and feels a good haul of points is possible on Sunday.
'Until qualifying, it felt like it had been raining on me all weekend,” said Button. “Then, this afternoon, the car felt a lot better than it had in all the other sessions. That was...
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