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Jenson Button put McLaren's double Q2 elimination in China down to front-tyre warm-up problems in the heavy rain of qualifying - but remains confident a dry race will allow them to come back up the field.
Jenson Button has conceded that Mercedes are likely to be uncatchable for at least the first half of the 2014 campaign.
Ron Dennis has revealed the decision to promote Kevin Magnussen to a full race seat at McLaren was his - four months before he officially returned to the lead the team.
McLaren driver Jenson Button has conceded defeat in his hope of winning his 250th grand prix in F1 this weekend.
Lewis Hamilton has paid an effusive tribute to Jenson Button as his former McLaren team-mate prepares for his 250th grand prix.
Jenson Button insists McLaren are making progress with their car, even though they appeared to tread water during a wet qualifying for the Malaysia GP.
Jenson Button has conceded McLaren don't yet have the pace to trouble the front of the grid at the Malaysia GP, despite being satisfied with the performance of the new-look nose on the MP4-29.
Jenson Button believes the gap to Mercedes will be easier to close in 2014 than in previous seasons thanks to the new Technical Regulations and McLaren can catch the new F1 frontrunners - but perhaps not this weekend in Malaysia.
McLaren are hopeful the upgrades they are bringing to this weekend's race in Malaysia represent the first stage of an "aggressive" development push they are initiating to try and catch Mercedes.
Jenson Button says McLaren will bring updates to the MP4-29 for the Malaysian Grand Prix after admitting that it is reliability rather than outright pace that sees them lead the Constructors' Championship.
McLaren topped their miserable 2013 campaign in one fell swoop at the season-opening Australian GP as they returned to the podium for the first time in 16 months and took an early lead of the Constructors' Championship - a result Jenson Button admits is a big early 2014 boost for the team.
McLaren believe they can still finish on the podium in the season-opening Australian GP after Kevin Magnussen compensated for Jenson Button's qualifying misfortune with an assured debut display.
Jenson Button has spoken movingly about the emotional challenge he faces in Australia as the McLaren driver prepares for his first F1 race since his father, John, died.
Jenson Button says Mercedes and Williams are at the front of the Formula 1 pack ahead of next week's season-opener in Melbourne.
Jenson Button tells Sky Sports News Reporter Craig Slater who he thinks the favourites are heading into the Australian Grand Prix, where McLaren stand, F1's new style of racing and the difference Ron Dennis's return has made.
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A series of problems on the final day of testing in Bahrain restricted McLaren's attempts to trial their new Melbourne-spec front-wing, as the team's pre-season preparations ended in frustration.
Jenson Button is expecting a much more competitive McLaren once the season starts, although he concedes that their car still lacks outright performance compared to its rivals.
An optimistic Jenson Button believes McLaren are on course to be fully prepared for the first grand prix of the season in Australia - but admits they currently can't match Mercedes' levels of rear downforce.
Kevin Magnussen will drive on the opening two days of this week's pre-season test in Bahrain for McLaren.