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Jenson Button: 'I want to win Le Mans and take on Daytona'

Jenson Button says he'd love to give Le Mans another go so long as it's with a team capable of winning and is eyeing more endurance outings in the future. The 2009 Formula 1 champion participated in his first Le Mans race in 2018 with SMP Racing alongside Mikhail Aleshin and Vitaly Petrov, but retired after 315 laps with an engine failure. Button had been due to take part in 2019 but pulled out at the last minute, citing the dominance of the Toyotas as the reason, insisting it would be almost impossible for him to fight for the win. But the Briton is keen to give it another shot in the future when rule changes kick in to level the competition. 'I'm still...
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