1. Jenson Button celebrated his first ever WEC podium to make it two celebrations in.
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6. On 8 December 2016 Jenson Button was awarded an honorary doctorate in engineering from the University of Bath.
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8. On 5 September 2011, Jenson Button opened a restaurant on Beulah Street in Harrogate called Victus, but it closed after less than a year in trading.
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10. On 14 February 2014 Jenson Button proposed to Michibata, and the two married in Hawaii in December 2014.
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11. In 2013, Jenson Button announced his plans to sell his Ferrari Enzo at an auction.
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13. In November it was confirmed Jenson Button would step aside in order to allow Lando Norris to fill the reserve driver role at McLaren for 2018.
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15. On 3 September 2016 Jenson Button announced he would be stepping down from the McLaren race seat for the 2017 season.
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16. At the Hungarian Grand Prix, Jenson Button finished in ninth place.
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21. Jenson Button picked number 22 which was the car number he raced under during his World Championship winning year for Brawn GP in 2009.
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23. In March 2013, Jenson Button announced that he intends to stay with McLaren until he retires.
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27. Jenson Button qualified in second place behind his teammate at the Italian Grand Prix, and remained in second place until he had to pull up and retire with a fuel pressure problems two-thirds of the way through the race.
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28. Jenson Button won the race becoming the first driver of the season to lead every lap of a Grand Prix.
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29. At the Spanish Grand Prix Jenson Button qualified 11th, the first time he had qualified outside the top ten all season.
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32. Jenson Button remained at McLaren for the 2012 season, again partnering Hamilton.
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36. Jenson Button suffered his first retirement of the season at the British Grand Prix, caused by an error at his final pit stop.
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37. Jenson Button missed out on a podium at the British Grand Prix, finishing fourth after problems with the balance of his car in qualifying had left him fourteenth.
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41. Jenson Button was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire in the 2010 New Year Honours for his services to motorsport.
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43. On 30 November 2009, Jenson Button was announced as one of the ten men and women shortlisted for the 2009 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award.
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45. At the Brazilian Grand Prix, Jenson Button was hampered in qualifying by a poor choice of tyres in the wet weather and could achieve only fourteenth position.
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48. At the French Grand Prix, Jenson Button finished eighth, earning his and Honda's first point of 2007.
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50. At the German Grand Prix, Jenson Button was again pulled into the weighbridge, but went on to qualify fourth.
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52. Jenson Button came third in the Drivers' Championship, behind the two utterly dominant Ferrari drivers, and helped BAR to take second in the Constructors' Championship.
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54. Jenson Button performed well in the first six races, scoring eight points, including fourth place at the Austrian Grand Prix; Villeneuve had scored only three.
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55. In July, Jenson Button signed a two-year contract with a two-year option for British American Racing, partnering 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve.
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57. Jenson Button was heavily hyped before his first race: former driver Gerhard Berger described him as a "phenomenon"; the head of his karting team, Paul Lemmens, compared him to Ayrton Senna; and Williams's technical director Patrick Head said he was "remarkably mature and definitely a star of the future".
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58. At the end of 1999, Jenson Button had his McLaren test prize at Silverstone, and tested for the Prost team.
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63. Jenson Button began karting at the age of eight and achieved early success, before progressing to car racing in the British Formula Ford Championship and the British Formula 3 Championship.
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