Button vows to be stronger F1 force next season
Abu Dhabi: British Formula One driver Jenson Button is confident that he will be tougher to beat next season as he reckons that there are areas where he can improve with his experience.
Button has racked up six podiums in his last seven races and is favourite to clinch the runners-up slot in the championship behind Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel.
“I’m really happy with the way this season has gone. I can look back on the season and think that most weekends I did the best I possibly could and got the best out of the car,” the Sun quoted Button, as saying.
“But I will look at areas where I was weak and need to improve. One such area has been qualifying, which has made it more difficult for myself on a Sunday,” he added.
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