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Jenson Button believes next season’s cars are a step in the right direction after of three years of frustration in the current era.
Next seasons’ cars are set to be more powerful, more difficult to drive and less and featuring bigger rear wheels.
And Button, who will be McLaren reserve driver next season after opting for a year off from the sport is adamant the rules are a massive positive.
And he still found time to have a dig at the current rules, which force drivers to be conservative on tyre and fuel loads.
"There's always give and take but I think it's a much better balance having the high-downforce cars and the tyres they'll have next year," he said.
"It's great that it's going to be more physical next year. The sport isn't physical right now. It's easy. I don't think I need to train physically."
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