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Button: 'Merc too far ahead'

Jenson Button has conceded that Mercedes are likely to be uncatchable for at least the first half of the 2014 campaign.In the eager hands of World Championship leaders Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton, the Silver Arrows' W05 has won each of the first three races of the season and are the overwhelming favourites to prevail in this weekend's Chinese GP. In Bahrain two weeks ago, the W05, once untethered from behind the Safety Car with ten laps remaining, raced away from the field at a rate of two laps per second. Although Button is convinced that Mercedes' margin of speed superiority wouldn't have been quite so pronounced had either a McLaren or a Red Bull, rather than Sergio Perez's Force...
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