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McLaren: We can be very proud of the job we did today

Jenson Button Starting from fourth (Kevin) and 10th (Jenson), both drivers began the race on Pirelli’s Option tyre; Kevin stayed fourth in the opening laps despite a scary sideways moment as he powered off the startline, and Jenson ran in 11th place after steering clear of the first-corner chaos. Both drivers gained a position after Lewis Hamilton’s retirement on lap 3. Jenson took full advantage of the race’s Safety Car on lap 11, which was brought out to allow marshals to clear debris from the track after Valtteri Bottas brushed the wall at the exit of Turn 10. Jenson’s pitstop was incredibly well timed, allowing him to duck in to the pitlane at the last moment on lap 11 to make...
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