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Lewis: Jenson did incredible job

Anyone looking for cracks in the public facade of bonhomie between McLaren drivers Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button would have been hard-pushed to spot them in the wake of the Chinese GP.

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Button: this is my best victory

Jenson Button has hailed his Chinese GP triumph as ‘extremely special’, after he overcame the tough and changeable conditions to come out top in his McLaren.

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Chinese GP: race results

Jenson Button heads McLaren 1-2 in Chinese Grand Prix. 1.  Jenson Button Britain McLaren-Mercedes 56 laps 1hr 46m 42.163s 2. Lewis Hamilton Britain McLaren-Mercedes +00m 01.5s 3. Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes-Mercedes +00m 09.4s 4. Fernando Alonso Spain Ferrari-Ferrari +00m 11.8s 5. Robert Kubica Poland Renault-Renault +00m 22.2s 6. Sebastian Vettel Germany Red Bull-Renault +00m 33.3s […]

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Buemi ‘fine’ after big crash

Sebastien Buemi was ‘extremely disappointed’ following practice for the Chinese GP, after he crashed out at high speed when both of his front wheels parted company with his car.

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Chinese GP: Lewis sets the pace

Lewis Hamilton replaced McLaren team-mate Jenson Button at the head of the free practice times at the end of the opening day in Shanghai, as Mercedes power dominated proceedings.

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Chinese GP: Toro Rosso goes bang

Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton did little to dispel the belief that McLaren could have an advantage in the Chinese GP, but their performance in opening practice was overshadowed by a frightening crash suffered by Toro Rosso’s Sebastien Buemi.

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Lotus looking forward to China

Lotus Racing chief Mike Gascoyne sees no reason why the team cannot continue its solid start to life in Formula 1 as the season rolls on to the fourth and final ‘flyaway’ round before heading back to Europe in May.

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Ross Brawn

Brawn bullish in China

Mercedes GP boss Ross Brawn has refused to rule either of his drivers out of the 2010 F1 title race, despite others in the sport discounting the Silver Arrows after just three races.

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