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Button dismisses Horner’s remarks that Mercedes is way quicker

MELBOURNE, March 13th, 2014 (F1Plus / Jacob Polychronis) Jenson Button has quashed suggestions from Red Bull’s Christian Horner that Mercedes GP can finish two laps ahead of the opposition in the Australian Grand Prix. Speaking ahead of the 2014 season opener in Melbourne, Button brushed off Horner’s comments as an exaggeration. “No, it’s not that I a fear that Mercedes GP will finish two laps ahead. That’s Christian obviously trying to push Renault to perform better because it’s not true.” Although Button rejected Horner’s claims, the McLaren stalwart still acknowledges that Mercedes GP and Williams are the teams to beat in Melbourne. Nonetheless, Button believes that car...
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