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Button: 'Wouldn't say they are fourth tenths faster than Mercedes'

Max Verstappen was four tenths ahead of Valtteri Bottas in the first free practice session and Lewis Hamilton was more than seven tenths behind the Dutchman. However, Jenson Button has said that Red Bull Racing should not be seen as the dominant force for the remainder of the Qatar GP weekend. FP1 looked good for Verstappen, but Button doesn't think the gap to Mercedes is as big as the result shows. "Red Bull need to be competitive. Looking at the times, I wouldn't say they are fourth tenths faster than Mercedes," he told Sky Sports. "I really don't think they are." Read more BREAKING | Verstappen retains P2 in Brazil after Mercedes' protest denied The one-time world...
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