McLaren CEO Ron Dennis has urged Jenson Button to try harder and refind his form after a difficult run of races.
The Briton currently lies eighth in the drivers' standings, and although he is 14 points ahead of teammate Kevin Magnussen, he has struggled to soundly beat the rookie despite being one of the most experienced drivers on the grid.
Dennis, who returned to power at McLaren at the beginning of the year, has given him the call to up his game.
'I'm sure Kevin is giving a big wake-up call to Jenson,' he told Sky Sports. '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 champion, absolutely...
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