Jenson Button hopes for win at `favourite` Hungarian GP
London: British Formula One driver Jenson Button, who got his first win in Hungary in 2006, is keen to win another race at the Hungaroring but has admitted that his chances are slim.
According to The Sun, the twisty circuit near Budapest ranks as one of Button`s favourites and he will have another chance to shine there next weekend, after adding that it was a great circuit in a great place and it gave him his incredibly emotional victory.
Button added that he also won his 200th race on the circuit in 2011 and those were the days when everything was right and the car was a dream to drive.
The Hungaroring is the slowest permanent circuit on the F1 calendar and also one of the most demanding for drivers due to its never-ending succession of corners.
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