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Two little ducks for Button

Jenson Button is the latest driver to choose his preferred permanent race number, the McLaren driver opting for 22.'Two little ducks!!' he tweeted tonight, subsequently adding: '#Jenson22 great memories, looking forward to making a few more. #22WDC2009.'Twenty-two, of course, was the number Button wore during his title winning season with Brawn, the Brackley built car dominating from its pre-season test debut and subsequently winning six of the first seven races, going on to win both despite increasing pressure from Red Bull.Earlier today, teammate Kevin Magnussen revealed that he wants to use 20, the number with which he won the Formula Renault 3.5 Series title last year.Last week, Romain...
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