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We need to be better, says Button

McLaren driver Jenson Button said his car was not quick enough to compete at the Malaysia Grand Prix. The Briton finished sixth in Malaysia - 36 seconds behind fifth-place Nico Hulkenberg, driving for Force India. Button's fellow countryman Lewis Hamilton won the race, with Germany's Nico Rosberg second. 'I don't think the high speed here and the heat worked for us but there is no getting away from the fact that we are weak in high speed,' Button said. 'We do have strength and that's why we are able to keep teams behind us but at speed we have got a lot of work to do. Malaysia in numbers Lewis Hamilton claimed his 23rd Formula One career victory and his second for Mercedes Nico Rosberg's...
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