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Button desperate for dry race

Jenson Button admits he is desperately hoping for a dry Chinese Grand Prix after McLaren struggled in the wet qualifying session. Both Button and team-mate Kevin Magnussen failed to make it out of Q2 as the whole of qualifying took place in wet conditions, with tyre temperatures an issue for McLaren. Button said he didn't expect to be able to solve those problems for the race and as a result was hoping Sunday's grand prix will escape any rain. “Definitely dry, I think we'll have a very tough afternoon if it's wet,” Button said. “In the dry because it's cold it's still tricky but we're able to just put the tyres in a good position and I think we can race well. “The thing is tomorrow...
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