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Button not thinking about retirement

As Formula One welcomes a new era in 2014, Jenson Button says he wants to be around for the long haul. The McLaren driver will remain with the team for a fifth season next year having joined the Woking outfit on the back of his 2009 Championship success with Brawn GP. Next season the sport will look rather different to the one Button has known all these years as the V8 engines make way for 1.6-litre turbocharged V6s. But rather than be daunted by the change, the Brit is looking forward to it and hopes 2014 won't be his only season with the V6s. "There are exciting years ahead in terms of 2014 and the new regulations, and with our new engine manufacturer Honda in 2015, so I want to be...
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