Button expects McLaren to beat Force India 25 July, 2013 Jenson Button Although now firmly focused on the 2014 season, McLaren should be able to overtake Force India by the end of the season, according to Jenson Button, who admitted that the great British team’s pale form this season hurts. With McLaren ten points behind Force India for fifth in the constructors’ championship, the British driver told Russia’s Championat that is “not a position we want to be in”. “But they (Force India) didn’t make any mistakes in the design of their car in the winter,” said Button. “Yes, we are behind them now, but I don’t think we’ll be behind them at the end of the season.” Button said that McLaren took a “radical approach” to 2013 “that didn’t work out”, while Force India “just developed their car from last year”. “They are competitive now,” he added, “but I think we will be able to improve more than they will.” Button said McLaren has identified the cause of the problems with the MP4-28, and is therefore now focused on an all-new car for 2014. “We will continue to develop this (2013) car,” he explained, “but only in the areas that will help us in 2014. “Our goal has to be to build a good car for 2014,” added Button. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsMcLaren and Force India opt out of Pirelli test in Bahrain next weekPerez in a very difficult position to secure F1 drive for 2014McLaren backed Magnussen could be set for Force India seat in 2014Hulkenberg on radar for McLaren, Lotus and Force India race seatsNationality played against Di Resta for McLaren seat?Button very much in demand says managerForce India and Accelerate announce partnershipForce India preview United States GPMcLaren preview United States GPWill Force India be the next F1 team to fold?