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Button admits McLaren still 'far away' from where they need to be

While Jenson Button has accepted that his McLaren team are still “far away” from where they should be, he has moved to praise the team’s continued strong rate of development ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix. After three disappointing races without a top-10 finish, Button picked up his first points since the Malaysian Grand Prix with a solid drive to sixth in Monaco, which while he noted was far from an acceptable result for a team such as McLaren, did demonstrate the Woking-based outfit’s positive continued rate of development since the start of the season. “It was a positive for the whole team to put some points back on the board at Monaco after a difficult few races,” said...
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