Jenson Button is sure that McLaren will fare better in Monaco as they arrive at the circuit on the back of a string of disappointing races.
Button finished the season-opening race in third place but McLaren has failed to score a single point since March due to reliability issues and a lack of downforce.
But the Brit, who won in Monaco five years ago, believes that the layout of track should play to the characteristics of the MP4-29.
"More than any other 2014 race, I think this event will show us the most pronounced difference between ‘old F1’ and the new formula we have," he said. "There’s far less of an aerodynamic influence here – it’s just about...
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