Button determined to bounce back in Germany
16 July 2011 – Jenson Button is fully focused on securing a strong result after his premature retirement at Silverstone last weekend, admitting that he would 'really like to win' at the historic Nürburgring circuit. The Briton says his McLaren team may have lost a little bit of momentum following a below-par home race, but is optimistic that he will be able to fight at the front of the field once again in Germany.
"There are a lot of heavy braking areas and if conditions are tricky, which they often are, you really have to get it right at every corner. The weather can change from moment to moment so you’re always on your toes.
"Perhaps we’ve lost a bit of the momentum we’d built up in previous races, but not much. Although Silverstone was disappointing, our pace has been good this year. Sometimes we’ve been quickest, sometimes we haven’t.
"The arrival of DRS and KERS Hybrid has made the racing very unpredictable, and while that’s challenging for us, it’s great for the fans, and I think we’re going to put on a really exciting show this weekend."