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Button looking forward to Magnussen challenge

Jenson Button says that he is relishing the inter-team competition at McLaren after his rookie team-mate Kevin Magnussen impressed at the 2014 season opener in Australia. The Danish driver produced a mature and strong drive at the Albert Park Circuit to score a podium finish on his F1 debut. He took the chequered flag in third but was promoted to the runner-up spot thanks to Daniel Ricciardo's post-race exclusion, which also moved Button up to third. 'The team wouldn't have employed someone they didn't think was going to be good,' the Brit said in an interview with the Press Association. 'You are always going to have a competitive team-mate, but I've never been scared of a team-mate. It's...
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