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I'm not too sure where he gets his hope from, we've had four races now and at best the Mclaren is a midfield qualifier and a midfield finisher and that means running an entirely different startegy, in other words not trying to race the others but trying to gain a few points by doing less pitstops. Mclaren are going to have to make a huge leap in performance to match the fastest cars and at best that is not going to happen overnight. We need to wait and see if the upgrades have any effect at all or if they have gone down a blind alley. Once a bad car allways a bad car, look at Ferrari last year they never got it 100% right and only Alonso's huge ability got them in with a chance. Neither Button or Perez are Alonso and he best we can hope for is a gradual improvement and possibly a couple of podiums at the end of the season.