Monday 18 December 2023

Living in America and happily living with a family, Jenson Button will compete again in the Hypercar Series next year


Jenson Button is a former Formula 1 (F1) driver from England, Great Britain who won the 2009 F1 World Champion title. After hanging up his helmet from the land jet racing championship, he participated in various endurance racing events in the United States because he lived in Uncle Sam’s country. after marrying Brittny Ward, a famous model from that country.

They are blessed with two children, raise several beloved dogs, and live a romantic family life like other young couples. Full of romance taking care of a baby who is now a toddler and a little young man named Hendrix Button, postponing the wedding party due to COVID-19 until finally managing to hold it with strict protocols, with racing activities continuing.

Quoted by the Antara news agency from the official Formula 1 website, next year Jenson Button will be increasingly busy carrying out activities in the fast lane, aka the fast lane of the racing world. He will participate in the world championship of hypercar or endurance racing.

After winning the 2009 F1 World Champion title, he was born on January 19 1980 and competed in more than 300 F1 races. Jenson Button continued to compete in the land jet stage until around 2017. Then he moved to Super GT Series endurance racing with Naoki Yamamoto at Kunimitsu Team in 2018, and competed for a full season in the Japan-based Super GT series in 2019.

Jenson Button taught his son , Hendrix Button operates the steering wheel of a land jet or single seater racing car, F1 [Instagram: @hendrixbutton]. In addition he competes part-time in the NASCAR Cup Series driving his No. 1 Ford Mustang. 15 in the Rick Ware Racing team and sponsor Stewart-Haas Racing and sponsor of Mobil 1.

Throughout his career in F1 racing, Jenson Button has rich experience as a pilot who has carried the flags for several F1 teams such as Williams, Benetton/Renault, BAR/Honda, Brawn GP and McLaren between 2000-2017.

Afterwards, he joined behind the scenes as an expert presenter on Sky Sports F1, DTM, British GT, Extreme E, Nitro Rallycross Championship and the IMSA SportsCar Championship based in the United States.

For 2024, Jenson Button will join the endurance racing team with the Hertz Team Jota WEC lineup and will be armed with a Porsche 963. His two teammates are Philip Hanson from Great Britain, and Danish racer Oliver Rasmussen.

By getting involved in endurance racing, he was able to take part in some of the most famous endurance races in motorsport, including the 24 Heures du Le Mans, or the world’s most famous endurance race, the 24 Hours of Le Mans and take part in the circuit where he competed when he was still racing. in F1, such as the Imola Circuit (formerly famous as the San Marino GP series), Spa-Francorchamps (F1 Belgian GP), Interlagos Circuit (F1 Brazilian GP), Auston (F1 Texas GP), Fuji Circuit (F1 Japanese GP), and the Sakhir (F1 Bahrain GP).

Before jumping into endurance racing in 2024, Jenson Button’s experience in endurance racing was the 2023 Le Mans 24 Hours round with a modified Chevrolet Cup Series NASCAR racing mount “Garage 56” with an innovative design to become an exciting racing ride.

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