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BELGIUM - Drivers' World Championship leader Jenson Button will race with more aggression in a bid to secure victory in this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix and tighten his grip on the title race.
After four races without a win, the 29-year-old Englishman knows the time has come to wring all he can from himself and his Brawn GP car to make the most of his 18-point lead in the championship.
While Button looked ahead confidently and teammate Rubens Barrichello enjoyed the aftermath of his Valencia win, the Red Bull pairing of Australian Mark Webber and German Sebastian Vettel were licking their wounds - after a pointless weekend - and reviewing their engine strategy for next year.
After their strong showing again in Spain where defending champion Briton Lewis Hamilton was unlucky not to win, McLaren's team boss Martin Whitmarsh said he is expecting another good performance at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend.
Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen, a bit of a Spa specialist, is capable of upsetting the odds to grab his first win this year. - Sapa-AFP