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Button distances himself from endurance racing

Jenson Button has distanced himself from a move into endurance racing upon his retirement from Formula One, suggesting that he would not want to take part in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Following the retirement of Mark Webber at the end of the 2013 F1 season, Button is now one of the oldest drivers on the grid at the age of 33. However, he is still one of the most competitive drivers in the sport, and has no plans to follow Webber into endurance racing after the Australian driver joined Porsche's revived LMP1 programme for 2014. 'Le Mans never really ticked the boxes for me,' the Briton is quoted as saying by Autosport. 'You are racing with cars that are so much slower, in different...
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