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  • Jenson Button expects massive strides

    Jenson Button is adamant that McLaren are ready to make 'massive strides' over the winter and compete strongly in the 2016 F1 season.
    Button and team-mate Fernando Alonso have amassed a mere 27 points so far this year and failed to secure a podium finish, with McLaren being plagued by reliability and power unit issues.
    However, 2009 world champion Button, who has pledged his immediate future to the team, is confident that the problems of 2015 will not be repeated next season.
    He told Sky Sports News: "Looking at it now, you'd say the best team next year is going to be Mercedes and then probably Ferrari and then probably Williams.
    "But so much can change over the winter. We're a team that's going to make massive strides in the winter - it's not 'I hope', we will.
    "So it's promising and it's nice being a big part of that and helping with the direction of the car.
    "You always want it quicker than it comes and you always want more than what you get - but that's everyone in Formula 1 and we've got to hope we do a better job than everyone else over the winter."
    The 2015 season comes to a close on Sunday 29th November with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina, a race which Lewis Hamilton has won twice in the last four years, with his 2011 triumph coming during his time with McLaren. ...

  • Peter Wright hails top-class MVG

    Peter Wright warned that Michael van Gerwen is in a 'different class' after being beaten by the Dutchman in the World Series of Darts Finals.Wright had hoped to delight his home crowd in Glasgow by taking the trophy and winning his first televised major, but he was denied in a final-leg decider by the almost unstoppable Van Gerwen, who had already won both the European Championship and Grand Slam of Darts this month.And afterwards Wright admitted that his conqueror is currently the best player on the planet, with the PDC World Championship just around the corner.He told the official PDC website: "It was a good final, I really enjoyed it and I'm getting closer."Michael played brilliantly in the last leg and that's why he's number one in the world. He's a different class above everyone else at the moment."Van Gerwen, the 2014 champion, can be backed at 5/4 to win a second world title in early January, with Wright available at 25/1 and reigning champion Gary Anderson 11/2.Meanwhile, Van Gerwen was respectful towards Wright, who has still hunting a first major televised title.He added: "Peter's a fantastic player and sooner or later he'll win a TV tournament, but I played well when I had to, especially at the end."The level at the moment is phenomenal and I'm really glad to be a part of that. I'm feeling great and I'm probably playing the best darts of my life."

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