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Jenson Button Q&A: Williams within range for McLaren

They may not yet be challenging for podiums, but it’s no secret that McLaren have been making definite progress in recent races. According to Jenson Button, updates to the MP4-29 at Hockenheim should work even better here in Budapest, and could even give them shot at taking on Williams, whose FW36 is not expected to be so well suited to the tight and twisting Hungaroring. Button chatted about this and more following Friday practice in Hungary…Q: Jenson, the obligatory question: what place does the Hungarian Grand Prix hold in your heart?Jenson Button: This race is still very close to my heart. (laughs) It was my first victory here and every driver will tell you that his first...
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