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Button: McLaren's current pace is unacceptable

Jenson Button spent the race in China battling with the Toro Rossos Sutton Images Enlarge Jenson Button insists McLaren needs to make a drastic step forward with the upgrades it plans to bring to Spain as its current form is "not good enough". McLaren was optimistic coming into China that it had the pace to be the best of the rest, but it found itself off the pace of Red Bull, Ferrari and even the other two Mercedes factory teams Williams and Force India, with Button finishing 11th. A combination of issues with tyres and low downforce hampered McLaren all weekend in Shanghai and Button admits he is not sure why the team fell so far behind. "We've got some upgrades coming,...
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