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What's next for Jenson Button? 'Definitely' wants to return to WEC

Jenson Button has revealed he wants to race in the WEC again. The 2009 Formula 1 champion is keen on racing in Le Mans. Button has worked with Sky Sports during the 2019 F1 season and is yet to confirm any plans for his racing career in 2020.  Button turns 40 in January, retired from Formula 1 at the conclusion of the 2016 but competed in the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix as a result of Fernando Alonso's Indy500 attempt. In 2019, Button took part in Super GT.  Read more Flashback: How Hamilton won his first F1 world championship at Mercedes “There are many [races I’d like to do]. I like off-roading as well, but the off-roading I’ve been doing is very different to...
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