McLaren's Jenson Button set the pace in practice for the Monaco Grand
Prix on Thursday after morning sunshine gave way to afternoon showers.
Button, a winner around the treacherous metal-ringed street circuit in
his 2009 title season with Brawn GP, skimmed the barriers and roared
past the luxury yachts bobbing in the harbour with a fastest time of one
minute 15.746 seconds on super-soft tyres.
"We have not done a lot of running for a Thursday at Monaco so hopefully
Saturday will be a bit better," he said looking forward to qualifying,
with Friday a rest day in the principality.
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