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Button doubts Red Bull and Ferrari progress

Jenson Button says he doesn't believe Red Bull and Ferrari have made large steps forward in China, just are more suited to the circuit than McLaren. Daniel Ricciardo qualified in second place ahead of team-mate Sebastian Vettel in third, with Red Bull looking set to give Mercedes a run for its money in today's Chinese Grand Prix. With both Ferraris ahead of the two McLarens – as Button and Kevin Magnussen dropped out in Q2 on Saturday – Button feels the weekend has been one which has suited some teams more than others regardless of their outright pace. “Here you would say the Ferrari is pretty competitive – more competitive than us – and the Red Bull is more competitive and those...
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