Jenson Button on his 2009 title, his toughest team mate and more


Jenson Button may have lived through one of Formula 1’s greatest fairy tales when, in 2009, he won the world title with Brawn, less than 12 months after the operation had been ended by Honda. But though that season has come to define the likeable British driver’s F1 career, in reality it was just one small part for a racer who clocked up more than 300 Grand Prix starts.

On this week’s episode of F1’s official podcast, Beyond The Grid, supported by Bose, Jenson candidly reflects on his remarkable career journey, from how frustrations in the early days helped shape his mind-set, to the positives and negatives of his silky smooth driving style, to what it takes to beat Lewis Hamilton – and much, much more besides…

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