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Post-race press conference - Chinese GP - Pt.2

In a week's time we will be in Bahrain, at what we would expect to be a hotter race; how's that going to affect you? Do you think that you can do the same again – for both Nico and McLaren?

Nico Rosberg:
Yeah. For sure we're not where we want to be in the race. I had a great race today but that doesn't mean it's going to be like that at every race. We still need to push hard and continue progressing. Bahrain could be a little bit of a different story again. We need to wait and see. It's difficult to predict. I couldn't have predicted today so we'll just take it as it comes, but for sure I'm looking forward to what's to come because we're looking much stronger.

Jenson Button:
I'm looking forward to it being hot. We would hope to go even better. I've just struggled – I think everyone has this weekend – with trying to get the tyres in an operating window. It's been so difficult. The change in four or five degrees has been massive difference in car balance. I would rather it to be a little bit more straightforward and we can really get down to business.

Q: (Frederique Ferret – L'Equipe).
Nico, the last time you were leading in China, both of the McLaren drivers won that time. Are you enjoying the fact that these two guys are behind you now?

Nico Rosberg:
No, I don't think about that. Not really, no.

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15.04.2012 - Race, Norbert Haug (GER), Mercedes Motorsport chief and the 2nd in the race Jenson Button (GBR) McLaren Mercedes MP4-27
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