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Button: We still lack pace

Jenson Button is expecting a much more competitive McLaren once the season starts, although he concedes that their car still lacks outright performance compared to its rivals. The former World Champion endured a largely frustrating day on Friday, with his running limited to just 52 laps after a gearbox problem caused him to stop on track during the morning. Button rejoined with about an hour of the session remaining and wound up fifth fastest overall. On Sky Sports Bahrain Testing 2014 Bahrain - Second Test Day Two February 28, 2014 9:00pm Remote Record Get a Sky Sports Day Pass Upgrade to Sky Sports Speaking later, he said that in contrast to last year's car, McLaren had a good...
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