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Button: Small improvements will make big difference

– Jenson Button believes that small improvements have the potential to make a big difference as McLaren bids to arrest their declining fortunes after a third successive race without points. Button finished the Spanish Grand Prix in 11th position, while team-mate Kevin Magnussen followed him home in 12th in the sister MP4-29. "The start and the first lap cost me a lot of time, and my second pit-stop compromised my strategy," he said of his race at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. "During the first two stints, it felt like we were making progress, because we were faster than the cars in front. But we gambled on taking the second stop early, thinking we could jump one...
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