Jenson Button says that McLaren must unlock the potential of their MP4-29 if they are to move forwards upon Formula 1's return to Europe.
Button finished the season opening Australian Grand Prix in third place but failed to score a point in either Bahrain or China as the team slipped back through the pecking order.
"[The return to Europe] always signals a bit of a fresh start to the season, and it’ll be an important one for us," he said ahead of this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix.
"The Circuit de Catalunya is a demanding racetrack for any car – its combination of long, sweeping corners places the emphasis on aerodynamic performance, which is an area where...
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