How Button got the job done in Brazil

How Button got the job done in Brazil

It certainly hasn't been easy for Jenson Button to close out the title battle, and neither was it in Sao Paulo. But close it he did, with a drive of a lifetime. Tony Dodgins pays tribute to a worthy champion

For a man who claimed it's not relief but ecstasy when you win the world championship, Jenson Button looked mighty relieved on Sunday.

There was no silly protocol this year, whereby strictly only the podium finishers attend the post-race press conference and 250-odd journalists, the majority on deadline, have to spill out into the tightest paddock of the year to try and get some pearls of wisdom from the new champion.

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