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McLaren's pace just isn't good enough - Button

McLaren need to take immediate action and bring significant developments to the Spanish Grand Prix if they're to remain in the fight for podiums, warns Jenson Button. The Briton described their current pace, which saw Button finish 11th in China and team-mate Kevin Magnussen 13th, as "not good enough". He admits he's confused as to why they've fallen so far back compared to the opening race in Australia when they took a double podium finish. "China was disappointing for the whole team, when everyone works hard and you have such a bad result it's tough, especially for the guys back in the factory. Hopefully they can stay positive and keep updating the car because at the moment...
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