Just one year ago Jenson Button had one of the most satisfying wins of his career at Spa-Francorchamps.
Jenson Button: “I’m sure we can still have fun tomorrow.”
An alternative three-stopper is to start on the soft tyre, change to the soft again on lap 13, change to medium on lap 26, and finally medium again on lap 48.
Sergio Perez: "Our aim for this weekend will be to score points and to have another decent weekend as we did in Germany.”
A good way to celebrate a special anniversary is to be at a glorious event with the racing machines from the past while remembering Bruce McLaren.
Among the attendees were Bianchi, Chilton, Rossi, Kovalainen, Valsecchi, Gene, Button, Hamilton, Buemi, Rosberg and Perez.
Jenson Button: “We didn’t put a foot wrong all weekend”
Jenson Button: "...it was one of the best laps I’ve done in a very long time."
Sergio Perez: “Our best Friday for a couple of races.”
Paul Hembery: "We can exclude that the new bonding process, which we introduced at this race, is at cause for the tyre failures we have seen today."
Jenson Button: “I will drive my heart out tomorrow.”
Sergio Perez: "I think we’re in a similar position to the last race, and still quite far from the front."
Jenson Button enters his home race seeking the 50th podium of his career – and his first at Silverstone – while team-mate Sergio Perez aims to take his second points finish at the racetrack.
Sergio Perez hopes to "at least be on a podium" in 2013
Monisha Kaltenborn admits she is not surprised with his boldness, because that's how Perez is
Martin Whitmarsh: "There’s still a lot to play for.”
McLaren statement: “A limited dataset ahead of tomorrow’s running”
Plenty of positives to take forward to Canada
Some drivers are not happy with Perez's way of overtaking at Monaco GP, but Martin Whitmarsh is happy with 'his spirit and his challenge'
Sergio Perez: “Anything can happen at Monaco on Sunday.”
The United Kingdom-based FIA Formula One team made the official announcement from their headquarters in Woking that they indeed will challenge for the 2014 world championship with Honda.
Jenson Button: "...to be honest we’re not yet quite sure exactly what happened."
Martin Whitmarsh: “There’s a lot of information for our engineers to unravel”