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Mercedes and Williams are favourites - Button

McLaren's problems were magnified slightly during the second week in Bahrain Sutton Images Enlarge Jenson Button believes Mercedes and Williams are "the teams to beat" at next weekend's season-opener in Australia. The McLaren fared well in pre-season until the final week exposed a potential lack of performance, leaving it struggling to stand out among the Mercedes-powered teams. Button admits it is too early to predict where McLaren will be in the pecking order but he is under no illusions who will be the leading contenders at Albert Park. "The two that you would pick out that look strong and consistent are Mercedes and Williams," Button told Sky Sports News. "I...
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