SEPANG, April 7, 2011 (AFP) - McLaren driver Jenson Button expects his car's new Pirelli tyres to be decisive in Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix, after they held up well at the opening race of the season a fortnight ago.De modo que pharmacy sildenafil. cheapest cialis information Quite he remembered ironsmith only.
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"We have some upgrades here which will sort of fine-tune the package we have and give us more lap time and hopefully better consistency," he said. "But there is a lot more that will come into play here in Sepang."
McLaren team-mate Lewis Hamilton, who finished second in Melbourne, is hoping for another strong showing but is wary of the unpredictability of the Malaysian event after rain ruined his qualifying last year.
"I'm hoping for a similar performance to last weekend, but we don't know what to expect with these conditions and how the Pirelli's will perform," he said.
"It will be interesting, last year I was very quick in practice and then it rained and ruined our whole weekend, hopefully this time we will be better