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Button sympathises with Hamilton's plight

McLaren Mercedes McLaren's Jenson Button says he sympathises with the misfortune that former team-mate Lewis Hamilton has had to endure in the 2014 season. Button, who raced alongside Hamilton between 2010 and 2012, finished sixth in a Belgian Grand Prix in which Hamilton retired after being hit early on by Nico Rosberg. Hamilton has won five races in 2014 but has also suffered from mechanical problems, having to retire in Australia and Canada, before starting at the back of the grid in Germany and Hungary due to other issues. "I feel for Lewis, he was leading the race" said Button. "It is unbelievable. I've never seen such bad luck, or misjudgement on other people's part,...
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