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Button committed to McLaren cause

Jenson Button is determined to help McLaren out of their current slump, the 2009 Drivers' Championship winner claims. Button finished without points for the third successive race in Spain last weekend, but the Briton believes McLaren's struggles will inspire him to greater heights, rather than push him to retirement. At 34 years of age, Button is the oldest driver on the grid and his contract with McLaren expires at the end of the season, but he dismissed suggestions that he is about to retire. "I definitely want to be in F1," Button told Autosport when asked whether he is thinking about retiring after his 15th season in Formula One. "If you do retire, you want to retire on...
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