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Button suffers Monaco simulator sickness

Jenson Button has revealed that he has been unable to test a 2014 car in Monaco on the McLaren simulator as he gets sick driving the street circuit. A number of drivers have previously admitted to limiting their time in simulators due to motion sickness, but with new regulations set to make the Monaco Grand Prix weekend even more tricky this year the simulator could prove a useful tool during the build-up to the race. However, Button said he had been unable to compare the new car to previous years as Monaco is a track which he struggles to drive on the simulator. “I honestly can't give you an answer to that one because I haven't driven it in the simulator,” Button said. “And I didn't...
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