This weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix will see Jenson Button line up on the grid to start a Formula 1 race for the 250th time.
The Brit’s career started with a bang at the Williams team, where he immediately made an impression. However, poor machinery meant that it took him five seasons to score his first podium finish and seven to register a race victory.
Following Honda’s dramatic departure from F1 at the end of 2008, Brawn GP rose from the ashes. Button dominated the start of the 2009 season and despite the Brackley-based outfit losing its early advantage, he still managed to secure the world championship at the penultimate round.
He left the team behind to join McLaren for 2010 and...
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