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F1 World Champion flew to races using EasyJet due to budget woes

It’s been revealed that 2009 Formula 1 World Champion Jenson Button flew to several races using budget-airline EasyJet, whilst racing for Brawn GP. Button famously claimed his maiden F1 title with Brawn GP, who were founded by the legendary Ross Brawn. The 2009 World Champion was set to be without a drive in 2009 after


Jenson Button reveals he almost snubbed McLaren and joined Ferrari

After Jenson Button’s most successful year in Formula 1, the Brit was left in an unusual position, as his team ceased to exist following its purchase by Mercedes. In that moment, Button was a desirable target for multiple teams given he was in the prime of his career, leaving him with a number of options


This is why Jenson Button resorted to a sex ban

2009 world champion Jenson Button reportedly used to refuse to see his girlfriend before important races Brawn GP only had a short stay in Formula One, lasting only a single season before being taken over by Mercedes, but it arguably have not been any more successful. The team shocked the world with a 1-2 finish


Ross Brawn announces he is ‘stepping back in Formula 1’

Having returned to Formula 1 in 2017 as the championship’s managing director, the incredibly popular Ross Brawn has announced that it’s finally time to “step back” from the series. The 67-year-old who is most famous for being Ferrari’s boss during Michael Schumacher’s dominant years, and also for founding Brawn GP, believes now is the time to


Ex-F1 champion confirms Disney+ series

Jenson Button has confirmed that a documentary series telling the story of Brawn GP and the 2009 season is coming to Disney+. Said story is without a doubt one of the most remarkable in the history of Formula 1. A few months before the start of the 2009 campaign, Button was left without a seat

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Two Michael Schumacher cars set for auction

Two cars associated with seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher are set to be auctioned off next week. Schumacher’s illustrious career started at the Jordan team in 1991, when he was fielded in to replace Bertrand Gachot, who had been jailed for 18-months after assaulting a Taxi driver. Schumacher made his debut at the Belgian Grand