Jenson Button is looking forward to starting his 200th Grand Prix at Hungary on Sunday, at the track where he won his first race back in 2006.
Coming off the back of two consecutive DNFs, the McLaren man will be looking for a strong result this weekend.
Button doesn't expect it to be easy though: "The hot weather conditions make this one of the most gruelling races of the year for the drivers. Cockpit temperatures regularly exceed 50 degrees and we're always pulling g-force in the car because there are so many corners. It's tough, but this is definitely a circuit when all the training pays dividends."
Admitting that his Championship is now as good as over, falling 25 points behind team mate Lewis Hamilton, and 107 points behind Championship leader Sebastian Vettel after retiring from the German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring, it will be interesting to see what the Briton can do. Could team orders may affect any strong finishes?
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