Button, Hamilton want urgent changes in their cars

London: McLaren drivers Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton will visit their headquarters with the warning that they have no chance of winning next week`s British Grand Prix without urgent changes in their car.

Both drivers were disappointed with a lack of pace in Sunday`s European Grand Prix as they were out-run by Red Bull and Ferrari.

Button, who is second in the world championship, said: "We`ve got to have some improvements or we are not going to see ourselves fighting with Ferrari or Red Bull, which would be a shame at our home grand prix."

"Silverstone is not going to be a better circuit for us. There`s a big gap between us. We`ve got to take risks with new parts - hopefully we`ll have that for Silverstone," a newspaper quoted him, as saying.

Hamilton said after the race that with Sebastian Vettel``s sixth win taking him 77 points into the lead, the championship was over.


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