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Button excited by ‘difficult afternoon for everyone’

Jenson Button believes the conditions and strategy options are going to make for an exciting Canadian Grand Prix. In Q2, Button finished eighth quickest and progressed to the final part of qualifying but team-mate Kevin Magnussen missed out having been just 0.096s slower than Button. With the midfield pack so evenly matched, Button said getting the strategy right would be crucial but is likely to give the teams a tough race from the pit wall. “It's going to be such a difficult afternoon for everyone, which is great,” Button said. “We're not in a position we are happy with; in terms of being ninth and 12th it isn't great. I think with hot temperatures it really could mix it up. Maybe...
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