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McLaren: It goes without saying that we’re leaving Bahrain bitterly disappointed

McLaren: It goes without saying that we’re leaving Bahrain bitterly disappointed 7 April, 2014 McLaren team and drivers report from the Bahrain Grand Prix, Round 3 of the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship at Sakhir. Jenson Button MP4-29-04: “In terms of pace, we took a step forward this weekend. Moreover, our degradation was positive and I think we did a very good job understanding our tyres. Only one team were demonstrably quicker than us today – Mercedes – but sadly they were a lot quicker than us. Having said that, our long-run pace was very good, especially over the last few laps, so I reckon we could have raced very hard to the finish on the Primes. But unfortunately I...
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