Thursday, July 28, 2011

Martin Whitmarsh promise to help Jenson Button

Posted by Admin On 12:08 PM

McLaren side principal Martin Whitmarsh has give your word to ensure that Jenson Button's 200th grand prix on Sunday is one to keep in mind. Button bemoaned to Press Association Sport this week his run of bad luck which has determined him since his dramatic conquest in Canada last month.

A KERS power-boost scheme breakdown overstated his European Grand Prix in Valencia, even as at his home race at Silverstone a wheel rolled off his car following a poor pit stop. Then in Sunday's German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring, Button was compulsory to retire with a hydraulics issue, leaving him 107 points behind championship leader Sebastian Vettel.

Button is obviously now hoping Sunday's historic Hungarian Grand Prix does not go the same way. With all the issues down to the team and not the driver, Whitmarsh said:Jenson's had some bad fortune in the last pair of races.But he's mentally tough and he knows the tide will turn.He's driven magnificently this year, and it's up to us to give him a car commendable of his talents.

McLaren certainly did that for team-mate Lewis Hamilton four days ago as the 26-year-old put his and the team's woes behind them with a victory to savor. But with no time to rest on any laurels, Whitmarsh added:Everybody in the team thoroughly enjoyed Lewis' win.He proved he's at the top of his game at the instant. He was perfect in meet the criteria, ideal again in the race, and when he's in that kind of form he's very hard to beat.

It is a race a buoyant Hamilton is looking forward to, particularly as he has twice won at the Hungaroring in the last four years.After my win on Sunday, this race can't come soon enough, said Hamilton, who closed the gap on Vettel to 82 points.The teams perform luminously last weekend and I want to maintain that impetus at the Hungaroring.

There wasn't much between us, Ferrari and Red Bull in Germany, so it's going to be charming to see which side holds the advantage this weekend.As for Button, who chalked up his maiden Formula One conquest in Budapest in 2006, he knows that whilst the car might have let him down of late, he cannot be better ready for one of F1's toughest tests.

 

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