Jenson Button has played down McLaren's chance of competing for top honours at this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.
Button claimed a top three finish in Australia before coming home in sixth in Malaysia.
But the Brit, who will start his 250th Formula 1 race on Sunday, is playing down expectations.
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"We're not going to win the grand prix and we have a very slim chance of a podium," he told Sky Sports News.
However, he reckons that the climate in Bahrain will aid McLaren compared to Malaysia.
"Less high speed and less temperatures here will help us a lot.
"We have good straight line speed and we have a few new bits on...
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