Jenson Button left ruing lack of McLaren pace in Friday practice as Brit prays for rain at Japanese Grand Prix
Jenson Button claims that a problem with his McLaren Honda was the reason for being well off the pace in practice for the Japanese Grand Prix.
Button was 13th in the morning session at Suzuka and fell to 16th in FP2, lapping over two seconds a lap slower than fastest man Nico Rosberg.
But the 2009 world champion insists that he is struggling with longer runs around the circuit and that the problem concerns the car and not a set-up issue.
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