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Button expects strong Mercedes and Williams

McLaren-Mercedes Jenson Button believes that Mercedes and Williams will be the teams to beat at the start of the 2014 season. Mercedes-powered teams emerged on top after the three pre-season tests, with Williams's Felipe Massa setting the overall quickest lap time in Bahrain. "It has been a messy winter for a lot of people in terms of mileage on circuit," the McLaren driver told Sky Sports News. "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 competitive car so far this year. I think those are the two teams to beat right...
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