VALENCIA, Spain, June 21, 2012 (AFP) - Jenson Button is hoping to put an end to his run of disastrous results and reignite his world title challenge
with a strong performance at this weekend's European Grand Prix.
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Button suggested that a decision to modify his car after the Bahrain Grand Prix may not have been the right one given his team-mate and compatriot Lewis
Hamilton's recent performances.
The 27-year-old took a convincing win in Montreal two weeks ago and now sits two points clear at the top of the drivers' standings.
"You do things to the car that you think are correct, and in a normal world they would be," said Button.
"But after Bahrain, with the issues we had on the rear end, I tried something different and I thought it would help but I am not sure it was the right direction."