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Jenson Button was born on 19 January 1980 in Frome, Somerset, and made his Grand Prix debut at the age of 20. In 2009, in his tenth season and driving for the newly-formed Brawn GP team, he became the Formula 1 world champion after a stunning drive in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Signed helmet 1/2 scale replica:
Jenson Button wore a very special helmet for the 2009 British Grand Prix. This helmet was a design by Bernie Zohl, a fan whose ‘Push the Button’ theme won a competition run by the Brawn team. After the race, the helmet was donated to the ‘Make A Wish’ Foundation and auctioned for the charity, these half-scale replicas accurately replicate this iconic helmet worn by Jenson Button at the British Grand Prix in his Formula 1 Championship winning year with Brawn.
“How to be an F1 Driver” offers hilarious insight into Jenson Buttons cheeky guide on becoming a motorsport pro. His 17 years allowed him to master the trade and this book picks up on a couple of tricks learned along the way. Covering everything from press conferences to telling multiple F1 champions that they need to check their blind-spot, Jenson brings his personality to the page.