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Coulthard: Button needs 'big year'

– David Coulthard believes McLaren's Jenson Button will need to pull out all the stops this season if he is to stay ahead of new team-mate Kevin Magnussen and keep his place on the F1 grid beyond 2014. DC, who won 13 races during his time at the pinnacle of the sport and who is now a co-commentator and pundit for BBC Sport F1, added that to him Magnussen looks the ‘real deal’. “The UK is well represented at the present with Lewis [Hamilton] and Jenson,” Coulthard told Britain's Metro newspaper in the countdown to the final pre-season test this week in Bahrain, when asked how he thinks the Brits will fare this year. “They are two different personalities and Lewis looks to...
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