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Button: We need to get everything right

– McLaren's Jenson Button has said they will need to get 'everything right' this weekend in the Chinese Grand Prix if they are to score well and be at the forefront of the chasing pack to Mercedes. Button finished third in Australia, after Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion, and then followed that up with a sixth in Malaysia. However, clutch problems denied him in Bahrain, something that has made him extra determined going to Shanghai, scene of the fourth round in the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship. "After a disappointing race in Bahrain, 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...
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