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Button believes McLaren can bounce back

Sutton Images Enlarge Jenson Button has faith in McLaren's ability to turn its season around despite two races without a point for the team. After two podium finishes at the first race, McLaren's lack of performance has been exposed at recent races, with both Button and team-mate Kevin Magnussen struggling for points. But even though the team is still working on understanding the car, Button insists he still believes McLaren can turn its season around. "For us, it's not simply about bringing new parts to the circuit: it's about understanding and unlocking the car's secrets, and using that understanding to take bigger steps with performance," he said. "We're still at the...
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