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McLaren second to Mercedes - Button

Jenson Button's 250th grand prix unravelled after the safety car period Sutton Images Enlarge Jenson Button believes McLaren's double retirement in Bahrain disguises the fact that the team is currently the fastest team behind Mercedes. Clutch problems forced Kevin Magnussen to retire on Lap 40 and they returned to haunt Button late on when he looked well-placed to make a charge after the safety car period. Instead Button went backwards after the restart and eventually pulled into the garage two laps from the end, and he is convinced he could have challenged Sergio Perez for the final spot on the podium. "It's tough because I think, at worst, we were on for at least a fifth place and...
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