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Button: Two experienced drivers would be best

Jenson Button says McLaren-Mercedes would benefit most from having two experienced drivers in the team as it seeks a return to form ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix, but insists rookie team-mate Kevin Magnussen is getting more 'confident' with his feedback. McLaren-Mercedes began the season well with both drivers making it onto the podium for the curtain raising Australian Grand Prix, Danish newcomer Magnussen particularly impressing after being classified second in his maiden F1 outing. However, since then McLaren has slipped down the F1 hierarchy, failing to score during the last two events in Bahrain and China, prompting the British team to bring a raft of upgrades to the first European...
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