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Button struggling in high-speed corners

– Jenson Button has admitted that he needs to improve the balance of the McLaren MP4-29 before qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix. Button, a three-time winner of the race, was fifth fastest during second practice on Friday but believes that McLaren's outright pace is not as strong as his time suggests. "Our car balance isn't quite there yet - we're still struggling a little in the high-speed corners," said the 2009 world champion. "In the low-speed corners, we're looking reasonable, and all our electronics are working well. I don't think our outright pace is quite as good as it looks on the time sheets, but we've got a good understanding of the car and overall...
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