Button wins trophy for third time
Jenson is Britain’s most successful F1 driver
Jenson Button was presented with the Hawthorn Memorial Trophy during the British Grand Prix weekend, having won the annual award in 2004 and 2005.
Presented by the MSA in memory of Mike Hawthorn, the trophy is awarded to the most successful British or commonwealth driver in F1. The Honda driver received the award from Peter Hain, MP.
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