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Button won't change approach for Japan // Jenson is keeping his focus, whilst Glock is eyeing the future

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It’s the 29th September 2009 and this is F1Minute.

Jenson Button has said he won’t be changing the way he approaches this weekend’s Grand Prix in Japan, despite the fact that he could seal up the championship if the race goes his way. He says: “I know that’s a fact, but my aim is to win the world championship and I’m not going to take any unusual risks. I’m just going to drive like I have been and hopefully that will be enough.”

Elsewhere, Timo Glock is confident that he has a future in F1, despite the fact Toyota aren’t set to confirm anything. There have been rumours that the team don’t want to keep him for next year, but Glock said: “The teams are looking around, the drivers are looking around, so it’s quite an interesting period in Formula 1. The market is a bit full at the moment with drivers but my possibilities are quite good.” He also said if he won in Japan, he would stick around and party with the Toyota people for four or five days. That is quite the party.

That’s all for now, I’ll be back tomorrow with another F1Minute.