Button apologises for 'negative' Valencia comments
23 June 2012 – Jenson Button has apologised for his immediate post-qualifying reaction in Valencia on Saturday. The Englishman, who finished a frustrating session in ninth position, hit out at the Spanish street circuit ahead of tomorrow's European Grand Prix.
"Sorry for my negative comments about Valencia," he wrote on Twitter. "Now I've calmed down I think there is still a lot to play for (on) Sunday!"
Despite struggling with front wheel locking, he believes his McLaren is quicker than his qualifying time suggests. The 2009 World Champion hopes reverting to a previous setup will stop issues reoccurring in tomorrow’s race.
“We’re also going to go back on a few changes in order to get a car setup that we know feels reasonably good,” he explained. “There are a couple of other changes we’re also considering for tomorrow which could be quite interesting.”