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Button: Merc are miles ahead

Jenson Button laments it could take months before Mercedes are caught as, like many of their rivals, McLaren are "miles behind." Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton have had the better of the running at the start of this season, claiming all four race wins including three 1-2 results. Rosberg is leading the Championship by four points over his team-mate while third-placed Fernando Alonso is a further 34 off the pace. As for McLaren, after a double podium finish at the season-opening race in Australia the team has fallen behind. Lapped by Hamilton at the last race in China, Button fears it could take months before Mercedes are caught. "Yes I think so," the 2009 Champ told...
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