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Jenson Button: Japanese Grand Prix result "doesn't really matter"

McLaren driver Jenson Button admits that the result of the Japanese Grand Prix "doesn't really matter" to him following the crash involving Marussia's Jules Bianchi.

Jenson Button has said that the result at the Japanese Grand Prix "doesn't really matter" amid concern for Marussia driver Jules Bianchi.

The Frenchman was taken to hospital unconscious after colliding with a recovery vehicle that was trying to move Adrian Sutil's stricken Sauber.

The 2009 world champion told Sky Sports News: "For me, the race doesn't really matter today. I haven't seen anything of Jules's accident, but the most important thing to say is that all our thoughts are with him, his family, and his team right now. It's an accident that you hope never happens in Formula 1."

Button finished the race, which was won by Lewis Hamilton, in fifth.

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