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Button expects Mercedes to stay dominant

– Jenson Button expects Mercedes to continue its dominance of the 2014 Formula 1 season for the foreseeable future, admitting that it could take "a long time" for any team to put the championship leaders under pressure. Nico Rosberg (1) and Lewis Hamilton (2) have taken the three victories on offer so far, leading all laps between them and pulling away at over two seconds a lap following the late Safety Car period at the Bahrain Grand Prix. With this in mind, Button feels it will take a monumental effort for the top end of the pecking order to change. "I don't think anyone will get anywhere near the Mercedes for a long time," Button said of the situation. "We...
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