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Button: New cars will be tough to drive

– Jenson Button expects drivers to be severely tested by next year's regulation overhaul, which will see turbocharged 1.6-litre V6 engines and a host of aerodynamic changes introduced to the sport. The McLaren driver, who has trialled a simulator version of the Woking-based outfit's latest challenger, reckons the increase in torque and reduction in drag will require vastly different driving styles, while suggesting that mistakes could be more frequent. When asked about the challenges of the new rules, Button said: "It's about getting an understanding of the power unit and how we are going to put the power down, because it's not going to be easy. "There's going to be a lot...
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