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Jenson Button says it was “horrible to see” the way Pascal Wehrlein’s car flipped onto its side after they made contact in Monaco.
Jenson Button will start his one-off Formula 1 return from the pit lane after McLaren opted to change his set-up post qualifying.
Jenson Button’s one-off Formula 1 return is likely to start from the very back of the grid as he has a 15-place grid penalty.
Well known for complaining about a lack of grip, Jenson Button had the opposite problem in FP2 in Monaco, saying there was more grip than he was used to.
Jenson Button is adamant there is absolutely no pressure on his shoulders ahead of his one-off F1 return at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix.
Jenson Button has spoken about his mishaps during the simulator work for his return at the Monaco Grand Prix.
McLaren have refuted suggestions that Jenson Button is not very interested in his one-off Formula 1 return at the Monaco GP, adamant he is putting in the time to prepare.
Lewis Hamilton wants McLaren to put Jenson Button in the car for the Monaco GP as “his calibre is higher than any other driver” on the short list.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was encouraged by the start he made on his first appearance of the season in the RB13.
Jenson Button believes Mercedes could still triumph in the new era of high downforce thanks to the superior power of their engine.