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About Jenson Button

Jenson Button was born in Frome, Somerset in January 1980. He began karting aged just eight, and ten years later graduated to motor racing. He won the British Formula Ford Championship, and was then top rookie in his first Formula Three Championship season. He then moved into Formula One with Williams in 2000, Benetton the following season, followed by Renault, BAR and Honda. He spent 2009 with Brawn GP, winning the World Drivers' Championship, before moving to McLaren. There is a wide selection of signed Jenson Button memorabilia to choose from, including many photographs and autographed caps. The images mainly feature him in racing action (you may find some of the pieces are also signed by other drivers), plus occasional portraits of him in his racing gear. Some of these are framed and mounted. Many caps, in both adult and junior sizes, signed or not, will also be found. Scale models of a variety of his racing helmets are also widely available. These are often half-scale, can be signed, and feature many of the different constructors he has driven for. You might also come across the occasional helmet-style keyring or model of one of the cars Jenson Button has used, either complete, such as the McLaren Mercedes MP4-25, or in a kit form. There are also a selection of mainly white (and occasionally grey) t-shirts. These can feature his name and various sponsors' logos, perhaps a sample track layout design, or humorous message. For youngsters, there is even a romper suit and bib set! As one of the country's most popular sportsmen, whether as a fan yourself, or when seeking a gift for someone, you'll find many Jenson Button collectables to enjoy.