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Button says McLaren has a point to prove

McLaren-Mercedes Jenson Button says that McLaren has a point to prove at this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix following a disappointing result in Bahrain. Button was running in fifth place after the safety car period but slipped back before being forced to retire due to a clutch issue. Button does not believe that the characteristics of the Shanghai International Circuit will necessarily play to the strengths of the MP4-29 but the Brit is buoyed by McLaren's past performances at the circuit. "I think we head to China with a bit of a point to prove – we need to get some points on the board, and get another race under our belts that demonstrates the pace that we feel this year’s car...
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