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Button pips Kimi, Rosberg impresses

Jenson Button picks his way through puddles in the morning session Sutton Images Enlarge Jenson Button set the fastest time of the second day of testing at Jerez as McLaren set about making up for lost ground after spending Tuesday in the garage. It was a good day for the Mercedes-engined cars, with McLaren, the Mercedes factory team, Force India and Williams notching up 212 laps between them. After its front wing failure on Tuesday, Mercedes got the W05 back on track by 11:30 and Nico Rosberg proceeded to notch up 97 laps by the end of the day - more than a race distance and all the cars combined on Tuesday. Rosberg was fourth fastest by the end of the day, 1.423s off Button's fastest...
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