Jenson Button form boosts ambition for second world title
Jenson Button has set his sights on winning a second world title, with his form reaching new heights.
Button took the crown with Brawn in 2009 and has emerged as new world champion Sebastian Vettel's closest challenger, winning in Japan on Sunday.
Asked if he had another title in him, the McLaren driver said: "Definitely, and that is why I moved to this team."
Button said McLaren had "gone close too many times" in the last 20 years and were "moving in the right direction".
Sunday's win was third of the season - only Vettel has won more.
The only other drivers to score victories in a season dominated by Vettel and Red Bull are Button's team-mate Lewis Hamilton, who won in China and Germany, and Ferrari's Fernando Alonso at the British Grand Prix.
“Button is now in the sweet spot of his career - he has become like a fine wine”
Damon Hill1996 world champion
"Winning five races (personally) in the last two years is not enough, but it's pretty good," Button said.
"We have just got to hope we can get it all together. As a team - me, Lewis and the mechanics - we have really developed.
"But we're not going to get ahead of ourselves. When we're back at the factory we can think about next year."
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