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Button trails championship leader Lewis Hamilton by 35 points
McLaren driver Jenson Button admits he is still seething with Sebastian Vettel after the German Red Bull driver crashed into him during the Belgian Grand Prix. "At the time I was pretty confused by what Sebastian did. Now, I still think what he did was completely unnecessary," said defending world champion Button.
Full story: ESPNF1.com
But Button heads to next weekend's Italian Grand Prix at Monza determined to put himself back in the hunt for the title. "I'm confident that our engineers have made some good steps forward with their understanding of our car, so we should be in good shape," said the Briton.
Full story: PlanetF1.com
Hispania team principal Colin Kolles says the team will "have to find a very low downforce set-up for the car to achieve maximum speed" at Monza.
Full story: Pitpass.com
Lotus team principal Tony Fernandes will travel to Monza, the final European race of the season, after missing the last three races because of other commitments. "It'll be good to be back on-track in Italy," said the Malaysian businessman. "The last couple of weeks have been very exciting for the whole team."
Full story: GPupdate.net
Adrian Sutil has predicted a "challenging year" for Pirelli in 2011 as they replace Bridgestone as Formula One's tyre suppliers. "It's going to be one or two years until Pirelli supplies the perfect tyre," the Force India driver told Germany's Spox.
Full story: Speedtv.com
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