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Button's loss 'won't affect driving'

Jenson Button's driving will not be affected by the death of his father John last weekend, according to three-time world champion Sir Jackie Stewart. John Button was instrumental in his son's career and attended nearly all his races to offer support and advice. Stewart said: 'His son will miss him terribly but a racing driver's mentality is a peculiar one. 'Look at all the death we had [in my era], and yet we still raced. The human being is an amazing animal.' John Button tribute Andrew Benson Chief F1 writer 'Jenson Button's father John had been a permanent fixture in Formula 1 since his son's debut 14 years ago. 'The perfect 'racing dad' - he was there at his son's wishes for support and...
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