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Button has already been with the team for some time, whereas they have no history with Perez. Also, there's the gap between signing Perez and him actually becoming available to work with the team to start having any input on the new car. They weren't exactly going to stop development on the 2013 car while they waited for Perez to officially put on the McLaren colours, and the time between that and the launch in 2013 isn't huge. So naturally, a lot of the development will have been done with Button, as well as with Hamilton. That's not preferential treatment, that's the necessity of having to get stuff done.