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Button says racing in F1 is his only interest

Jenson Button has once again expressed his desire to remain in Formula 1 after 2014, insisting the sport is his sole interest. The 34-year-old is the most experienced driver on the grid, having competed in 260 grands prix with a mix of teams, and his desire to continue still exists. "Right now, my interest is to race in F1," Button is quoted as saying by Autosport. "You have a tough day and it hurts like hell because you want to be competitive and fighting, but then you have a reasonable qualifying and you are back on track. "You want to race forever. In F1 the emotions are all over the place - it is highs, it is lows." "I have lived my life like that for a...
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