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Button pushing for new McLaren deal beyond 2014

Jenson Button Jenson Button, now the most experienced driver on the Formula 1 2014 grid, must prove to McLaren that he is also a man for the future. The 2009 world champion is out of contract at the end of this season, and in Australia he was out-qualified and out-raced by his new rookie teammate, Kevin Magnussen. McLaren's new team boss Eric Boullier said Magnussen's was 'one of the finest performances by a Formula 1 rookie in living memory'. Formula 1′s oldest driver last year was Mark Webber, and although still competitive he explained in Melbourne at the weekend that he chose to retire as he realised his performance curve was dipping. 'I've had a great career,' Button is quoted by...
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