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Exclusive Jenson Button Q&A: Improvement is the magic word

At the first race of the season in Australia, Jenson Button inherited third place when Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified. Little did the Briton know at the time, but that would prove to be the high point of a frustrating first half of the season.But a flood of recent upgrades have helped McLaren make real progress in recent weeks, culminating in a fine fourth place for Button at his home event in Great Britain. On the eve of the race in Germany we caught up with F1’s most experienced driver to talk about improving in 2014, team mates, the future, and much more…Q: Jenson, from what we’ve seen in the two free practice sessions on Friday there is visible...
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