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Jenson Button accepted responsibility for a first lap collision that compromised his progress at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Button started from 12th place but damaged his McLaren MP4-28 when he hit the back of Paul di Resta's Force India.
It was the second time in the space of a week that the 2009 world champion was involved in an opening lap shunt.
'You make your own luck when you start down in 12th – where first-lap congestion is inevitable – and, sure enough, there was a little bit of argy-bargy into Turn One,' he said.
'I duly locked-up both my front tyres, couldn’t slow the car down sufficiently, and drove into the back of Paul, which broke my...
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