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Very pleased to watch McLaren getting closer and making the top four into a top five. However I still think that they are still somewhat off pace not only to Red Bull but to Ferrari, Lotus and Mercedes too. They said that Raikkonen won in Melbourne because he had a clean race. The same could be said about Button in Malaysia, he had a clean race so he was on the road of finishing fifth, I doubt his claims of a possible podium finish last race. Is clear that starting the race on intermediates and than continuing it on slicks hampered the races of the Lotuses and Massa. In normal conditions I believe that all of them could finish ahead of Button, so McLaren looks still for eighth or ninth positions. Unless they makes progress in two weeks time for the Chinese GP.