McLaren denies Button leg injury reports

Despite not completing a half-marathon, the Mclaren number one driver is still set to start the Spanish GP. McLaren on Tuesday denied reports Jenson Button is nursing a leg injury ahead of next weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix. The 2009 world champion pulled out of a triathlon on the Canary Islands last weekend with reported muscle

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Red Bull set to challenge Mercedes dominance?

Red Bull could soon be challenging Mercedes’ dominance at the next couple of races. The Spanish and Monaco grands prix both rely on downforce, rather than outright engine power – unlike the opening four races which Mercedes dominated. Whilst it’s known Mercedes enjoys a power advantage over Renault, Red Bull’s RB10 has greater downforce than

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