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McLaren 'miles' behind pace-setters Mercedes - Button

The Briton did not sound optimistic about McLaren or other teams catching up with Mercedes.
Thursday, May 8, 2014

BARCELONA, May 08, 2014 (AFP) - Jenson Button believes his McLaren team are "miles behind" pace-setting rivals Mercedes and have no chance of catching them in this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix.

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He said on Thursday that he thinks it will be "months" before any other team has a chance to catch and match the pace and performance of front-runners Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton.

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"We're adding updates to the car all the time, some bigger than others, but I think for any team to find a second is a big ask over the next couple of
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"And that's with Mercedes standing still. And they're not going to do that. It's going to be tough and we've got to be realistic about it.

"Some people might over-deliver and we might see in two or three races that we're able to fight them, but I think it would be very impressive for any team to achieve that."

Drivers championship leader Rosberg and his team-mate Hamilton have dominated the opening four races of 2014 for Mercedes.

McLaren, who took second and third in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix thanks to strong drives from Kevin Magnussen and Button, have slipped back since that promising start.

Button finished a lap behind Briton Hamilton, the 2008 champion, at the Chinese Grand Prix and Dane Magnussen has also struggled.

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