F1 » Button: McLaren playing ‘long game’

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Button is of course stating the bloody obvious as usual. McClaren have been a shambles over the past few years with a raft of problems, they have now lost there fastest driver and technical director so I expect them to struggle from day one, if and when McClaren manage to develop their car Red Bull and Ferrari and possibly Mercedes and Lotus will be long gone, in addition Button is only fast enough to challenge the top guys when he has a distinct car advantage and that does not happen at McClaren these days. I hope I'm wrong but I forsee another poor season for McClaren with Button finishing in 5th or sixth place.

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