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Button: Mercedes and Williams 'the teams to beat'

Jenson Button believes Mercedes and Williams will be the teams to beat when the 2014 Formula 1 season gets underway in Australia, but he is unsure of where McLaren will fit into the competitive order. Felipe Massa set the fastest time of the two tests in Bahrain and was closely followed by Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, with Mercedes completing the most laps of anyone during winter testing. McLaren's pre-season preparations didn't get off to the best of starts after the team failed to run on the first day in Jerez. However, the remaining three days were positive and the second test in Bahrain was also promising. The third and final four-day event was a difficult one as a number of...
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