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Jenson Button: “I think we are making Positive Steps”

The McLaren-Mercedes team arrive at the Hungaroring for the Hungarian Grand Prix having taken an eighth and ninth place finish last weekend in Germany. Jenson Button was the higher placed of the two drivers after an aggressive tyre strategy failed to work, while team-mate Kevin Magnussen was forced to climb through the field after clashing with the Williams of Felipe Massa on the opening lap that damaged his front wing. Button has fond memories of the Hungaroring track, and is looking forward to getting out on track this weekend. He considers some of the track is satisfying to drive despite its reputation of being slow. He is hopeful the upgraded McLaren will work well around the twisty...
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