Jenson Button: Difficult decision to leave Brawn GP

Jenson Button has admitted that, having picked up his first Formula One title with Brawn GP this year, it was a difficult decision to move to McLaren-Mercedes for 2010. The Englishman will partner predecessor Lewis Hamilton as a team signs the latest two Champions for the first time in F1 history.

Having been with Brawn GP – now Mercedes Grand Prix but formerly Honda and B.A.R – since 2003, Button’s move to McLaren confirms that the Woking marque is the seventh team for which the Frome pilot has driven for in the sport as he prepares for his eleventh season.

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