Jenson Button insists he is "looking forward to" McLaren's new Honda era.
That is despite team supremo Ron Dennis' warning that the most experienced driver in the paddock actually might not get a new contract beyond 2014.
"Do I want him to try harder?" Dennis told British television Sky. "Of course I do."
But 34-year-old Briton Button, who will wear a pink helmet this weekend in memory of his late father John's ever-present pink shirt, thinks the arrival of Honda for 2015 is what McLaren needs as it emerges from a two-season slump.
"Everyone is looking forward to it," he told Germany's DPA news agency.
"A lot is already going on. Ron is again in...
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