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Jenson Button has taken the blame for a late set-up change that left his McLaren difficult to drive during the opening stints of the race.
Button started the race from 10th place on the grid but struggled early on, coming in for his first stop on lap eight of the race.
'The first two stints of the race were pretty difficult as I had massive understeer,' he said.
'That was my fault: on the lap-to-grid, it felt like I had too much front-end, so I took some wing out of the car. It was the wrong thing to do – it left me with too much understeer, and I kept locking up the fronts, which destroyed the front tyres.'
Button was nonetheless able to make minor changes to...
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