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Button: McLaren further off than 2013

Jenson Button admits McLaren is further away from being able to win races than it was last year due to Mercedes' dominance in 2014. McLaren started the season with a double podium – already an improvement on the podium-less 2013 – as it looked to recover from a poor season. However, while the early signs were promising, the team was over two seconds off the pace set by Lewis Hamilton in qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix and Button conceded wins look even less likely at this stage of the season. “I think compared to the car that's on pole then yes I think we are further behind them than last year, that's obvious to see by the lap times,” Button said. “But I think everyone is a...
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