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McLaren nose to the ground in search of more pace for Button and Magnussen

McLaren nose to the ground in search of more pace for Button and Magnussen 28 March, 2014 A new promising nose box failed to lift the concerns of McLaren's Jenson Button that his team could struggle to match the pace of the Mercedes at the notoriously quick Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday. The Briton was fourth fastest in Friday's opening session but was down in eighth in the second 90-minute run, with team mate Kevin Magnussen fifth and then 12th as first Lewis Hamilton and then Nico Rosberg set the pace for Mercedes. 'We're finding it tough out there today especially in the heat,' Button told reporters behind the McLaren garage where track temperatures peaked at more than 50 Celsius....
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