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Dennis urges Button to 'try harder'

– McLaren Group CEO Ron Dennis has urged Jenson Button to "try harder" as the 2014 season develops, claiming that rookie Kevin Magnussen has provided "a big wake-up call" with his performances so far.Button's current contract with the Woking-based outfit is set to expire at the end of the campaign, with new Racing Director Eric Boullier recently stating that there is "no rush" for the line-up to be determined."I'm sure Kevin is giving a big wake-up call to Jenson," said Dennis in an interview with Sky television."In some ways you say 'Great, we've made a great choice with Kevin,' and in other ways you say, 'Come on Jenson, you are a World...
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