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Button wants to end with McLaren

Monday 11th March 2013

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Button wants to end with McLaren

Button wants to end with McLaren

Jenson Button has no intention of leaving McLaren, saying this is the team where he wants to end his F1 career.

Button joined McLaren in 2010 after winning the Drivers' Championship title with Brawn GP.

And although the Brit has failed to match that achievement during his three years in Woking, he is adamant it is just a matter of time.

"I feel I'd like to end my career at McLaren," Button told the Daily Mail. "It's the right place for me to be for the long term.

"Some people have left because they feel there is another challenge or something missing from their position.

"There is still so much to achieve here.

"When we had the launch of our 2013 car, it was amazing to see cars representing 50 years of McLaren brought out; to look at the team's history and the championships won. We really are a spectacular team.

"I want to add to that history; not just this year, but for the coming years."pp

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