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McLaren further back than anticipated - Button

Jenson Button expects McLaren to be behind Force India again in Bahrain Sutton Images Enlarge Jenson Button admits he is braced for another fight lower down the order after seeing several other teams made good headway in Friday practice. With lower temperatures and less high-speed corners in Bahrain, McLaren fancied its chances to improve on its pace in Malaysia. FP2 was the first session run under the same conditions as the race and Button believes it only highlighted how much work McLaren has to do to catch the likes of Red Bull, who he feels is leading the chase to the dominant Mercedes team. "It is going to take a long time I think," Button said. "The closest team to...
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