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Jenson Button reveals car number selection

Jenson Button looks set to race car #22 this season, under the FIA's new system of drivers selecting a permanent number designation for their time in the F1 world championship from 2014. Button revealed his choice on Twitter with a post in which he stated simply: "Two little ducks!!" followed soon after by "Quack quack!" Two little ducks is traditional bingo parlance for 22, and just happens to be the number of the Brawn GP car in which he won the F1 world championship in 2009. While not going as far as definitively declaring that he had been notified that he had clinched the #22 designation, Button sounded confident as he tweeted further: "#Jenson22 great...
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