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Button concedes Mercedes and Williams favourites

Jenson Button believes the Mercedes works team and its power unit customer, Williams, are the favourites for the opening race of the season in Australia. The McLaren driver, speaking to Sky Sports, agreed with the general consensus that those two teams have stolen a march in terms of reliability and performance and even admitted he was pleased to see Williams doing so well. "It has been a messy winter for a lot of people in terms of mileage on circuit," said the Briton. "The two that you would pick out that look strong and consistent are Mercedes and Williams. "In a way it is not good when you are behind certain teams, but I am happy for Frank Williams that they have a...
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