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It's pretty sad that Button is counting on a repeat of last season and even if it happens the front runners are going to be miles ahead after 4 or 5 races. And he would then have to start winning and getting regular podiums to catch up. With the best will in the World that is unlikely to happen, I have seen no evidence to suggest that Button has sorted his qualifying problems either so it is likely he will have his usual struggle and even this assumes that McClaren will have the car totally sorted. I also read the story of the incorrectly fitted suspension part and while anybody can make a mistake McClaren constantly tell us that they are the best in the business. Sorry Bob, that should read were best in the business. I feel sorry for Button and Perez who must have thought all his prayers had been answered with a McClaren drive. The most puzzling thing about this sorry saga is that Button had a great deal of input into the new car which begs the question does he really know what he wan