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Jenson Button fearful of processional Monaco Grand Prix

Jenson Button has expressed a fear that the Monaco Grand Prix could become a processional affair, with the tyre wear so low around the tight and twisty confines of the Monte-Carlo street circuit. For the third time this season the 2009 World Champion has been out-qualified by his rookie team-mate of Kevin Magnussen, after being eliminated from proceedings after Q2. During the second segment of the all-important qualifying hour Jenson Button found himself frustratingly impeded by a Toro Rosso through the final sector, which prevented the Briton from producing a lap time representative of his car’s pace. Whilst Kevin Magnussen excelled around the street circuit on his Formula 1 debut...
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