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Button encouraged by McLaren progress

id="story_continues_1" itemprop="description"> Jenson Button insists he is encouraged by the progress being made by McLaren. Button finished sixth in the Monaco GP to maintain eighth place in the drivers' championship, one place ahead of team-mate Kevin Magnussen. The 2009 world champion, 34, is confident the team is making strides going into the next race in Montreal. He said: 'We put a few things right. This is a course where you need mechanical grip, and that bodes well going into Canada.' Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. // Monaco GP: Marussia's first points feel amazing - Bianchi require( ["sportui/empswitch"],...
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