Jenson Button looking forward to ‘appealing’ Indian Grand Prix
London: McLaren ace driver Jenson Button has said he likes racing at the Buddh International Circuit, and is looking forward to the Indian Grand Prix this weekend.
Sauber’s Kamui Kobayashi took out the McLaren ace at the third turn in the last race 10 days ago
The unhappy Brit labelled the Japanese driver an idiot due to his careless driving and now Button is eager to get racing again in Delhi.
“Through no fault of my own, my weekend in Korea was a wasted opportunity. But it’s already far behind me and I’m really looking forward to these next two back-to-back races in India and Abu Dhabi,” a daily quoted Button, as saying.
“The Indian Grand Prix went well for me last year - I had an absolutely straightforward drive, running second from start to finish. It’s a circuit I like and has a good feel to it,” he added.
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