GPl Archives 3 April 2013 Issue #65 - Page 90

photo lat photographic “The car is still not perfected, it was really thrown together for Sepang. The great thing is there are so many cars that are competitive and taking points off each other, which is exactly what we need. It was such a positive weekend until the pit stop and it hurt. And it hurt when I woke up the next day knowing we scored nothing and we could have, at worst, been fifth,” reflected the 2009 Formula 1 world champion. The three week gap between Malaysia and China will play in Mclaren’s favour as it gives engineers more time t that has eluded them th “For us the gap mea to most teams becaus perfect the car. I am a v moment knowing we ha And I know what the t the next few weeks to China,” said Button. The McLaren driver adm strain in the opening ra being pretty down in M