McLaren driver Jenson Button leads the 2012 Formula One World Championship after winning the opening race of the season in Melbourne, Australia last week. But he has admitted that he is expecting a much tougher test in Malaysia this weekend, after having a relatively easy race last week.
Button explained, "We'll be competitive, but you'll see other teams up there as well. We got it all together at the weekend apart from a couple of things. When Red Bull get their act together - and a few others - they'll be very competitive."
He added, "It's about keeping it all together and not making mistakes. The team has done a great job since the start of the year." Jenson Button’s teammate Lewis Hamilton admitted that he was a little disappointed to only come in third at the Australian Grand Prix last weekend.
He said, "The race didn't go as I wanted to and I think it's fair to be disappointed. I don't think I should disguise that
I had a bit too much oversteer in the high speed. I had a different front wing set-up than Jenson and it wasn't the right one."
The Malaysian Grand Prix starts with Practice on Friday, March 23, qualifying on Saturday, March 24 and the race on Sunday, March 25.