Jenson button: That was my last qualification in F1

Дженсон Баттон: Это была моя последняя квалификация в Ф1

After qualifying in Monte Carlo, the pilot of McLaren’s Jenson button has hinted that he will not return to Big Prizes in 2018, despite the fact that such option exists in his contract.

“If I wasn’t going anywhere and showed the ninth result, it would upset me,’ said the Briton in an interview with Sky Sports. – It was a wonderful weekend, during which I had a lot of fun.

The third segment I didn’t really like, because for ten minutes I was out of the cockpit of the car. Having a hard time when you don’t know the maximum, which is capable machine. Honestly, in Monaco it is difficult to find the limit of the car. His need to look for an open circuit.

I competed with myself, but still very happy with ninth place. This is my last qualification, but I enjoyed it.

I don’t miss F1 because had a fantastic last six months. However, when I got in the car, I felt a great enthusiasm. I was told to enjoy the moment, and I did. I got pleasure not only from riding in the car, but from the atmosphere as a whole.”

Jenson completed the qualification of the ninth, but the race will start in the rear of the grid due to a penalty for changing elements of the power plant. In their troubles he in a joking manner, accused their former teammate, who this weekend will compete in the legendary race “500 miles of Indianapolis”.

“Blame Fernando [Alonso], Jenson joked. – It’s a shame to get a fine, and it does not depend on how many races you spend. The team alerted me about the fines yesterday, and I was very upset. We both got fines Stoffel [Vandorn, who was fined following the results of Grand Prix of Spain] will start the 12th and I will be in last place”.

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