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Quack, quack for Button who opts for championship winning number 22

Quack, quack for Button who opts for championship winning number 22 10 January, 2014 Jenson Button wants number 22 McLaren's Jenson Button has chosen to roll back the years and race this season with the number 22 that he used in his 2009 title-winning campaign. 'Two little ducks,' the 33-year-old Briton, who won his Formula One championship with the Brawn GP team that is now Mercedes, told his 1.6 million Twitter followers. 'Quack quack'. '#Jenson22 Great memories, looking forward to making a few more,' he added. In British bingo halls numbers are called out using nicknames, with 22 sometimes referred to as two little ducks or quack quack. McLaren confirmed Button would have that number....
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