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Jenson Button Q&A: Drivers must push teams to catch Mercedes

McLaren’s Jenson Button will be aiming for another podium finish in Sunday’s 2014 Formula 1 UBS Chinese Grand Prix. The former champion admits there is little hope of overhauling Mercedes in Shanghai, but insists he and his fellow drivers can play a key role in gradually closing the gap to the Silver Arrows…Q: Are you expecting the performance of the car to be better here in China than it was in Bahrain two weeks back?Jenson Button: Finishing was the bigger problem at the last race. I think our pace was alright. We had some issues that had stopped us from racing, but if we would have finished I believe we would have had a reasonable result. At the first race we were able...
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