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Jenson Button: “We Expected More from Today”

The McLaren Mercedes team left Hockenheim with six world championship points after Jenson Button finished eighth and Kevin Magnussen ninth in Germany. After a promising qualifying session for Magnussen, his race unravelled at the first corner after a collision with the Williams of Felipe Massa, while Button struggled with his tyres after an aggressive strategy did not work out for the Briton. Button rued the strategy call to bring him in early for the second stop that caused him to struggle towards the end of the race and forced him in for a third unscheduled stop as the life in the tyres disappeared completely. He was also disappointed about the clash with Lewis Hamilton, and although he...
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