Button Remains Confident Despite Title Setbacks
Jenson Button has told reporters that he remains confident of winning the 2009 Drivers world championship title despite setbacks in the past 2 races in Germany and England.
The Englishman has lost out to Red Bull Racing’s driver pairing at the events, and with Ferrari and Williams closing the gap Button is looking ever more exposed.
However with warmer circuits, which will suit the Brawn and also some aerodynamic package updates, Button reckons he’ll be back on top of the podium soon.
“We are very experienced at being midfield, so we know all the little details and that everything has to be perfect to be competitive. We will be stronger in Hungary and I am glad we’ve got these two races out of the way, I just wish we had a few more points out of them.” Button informed Autosport.com
“You have to worry but I don’t think it is a ‘oh damn we are going to lose the championship. It is a ‘come on, let’s make the difference’. We have some new parts for Hungary, and I am looking forward to it. We know our car will be strong there, but we don’t know how strong. We have to wait and see.”
He added: “We’ve got to look forward to it. It’s only two weeks away, so not too long. Something on the aero package is new and it is a hot circuit – so let’s hope we are quick there, because if we are not then we have got a problem.”