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I don't understand why Jenson Button will consider the high speed direction of Shanghai an opportunity for McLaren to overtake when they're at best 1.5 seconds off the pace. I will call those high speed tracks a liability for McLaren at this point, at least until they get up to speed, unless they are talking about overtaking the Sauber or the Torro Rosso.
The other thing I am trying to figure out is the fact that everyone at McLaren says that the team has made progress in Malaysia compared to their performance in Australia. Malaysia was just 7 days after Australia and we all know that the teams did not have the time to bring any new updates with them. Therefore, could it be that McLaren's problem lies on finding the right set-up on that car? I would say McLaren was able to improve on the right set-up in Malaysia. Looks like the problem is not necessarily the car, but also the drivers not setting-up the car properly.