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McLaren Hopeful of Points after Mediocre Montreal Qualifying

The McLaren-Mercedes team had a mixed qualifying session in Montreal, with Briton Jenson Button qualifying ninth, while Kevin Magnussen will start the Canadian Grand Prix from twelfth. 2009 World Champion Button was positive that he made it through to the final part of qualifying, but still admits the car is not where it should be in terms of outright pace. He also is worried about how the Pirelli tyres will last during the hot conditions expected for race day. “We’d been trying to adjust the balance all through the weekend, but we really struggled in free practice this morning,” said Button. “Still, it’s a positive that the changes we made for qualifying were a clear step...
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