Japanese Grand Prix: 'Strange' car problems for McLaren duo
McLaren drivers Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button complain about the "strange" car problems that beset them during Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix.
Hamilton finished a distant fifth after suffering from understeer - while his team-mate battled with a gearbox that was intermittently slipping into neutral, and lost out to Sauber's Kamui Kobayashi for the final podium spot.
Despite Sebastian Vettel winning the race to move closer to leader Fernando Alonso and further away from the McLaren pair, Button believes it was "not a bad result" for the team.
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