Posted by Joshua McRaeOctober 20, 2009 at 5:38 pm
Although there still remains one last race on the 2009 Formula 1 Schedule the Constructors Championship and most importantly the DRIVER champion have already been crowned. Jenson Button and his team Brawn GP are the ultimate winners this year. It was quite an interesting year which saw Button win the first 6 of 7 races to only fizzle out for the remaining several races and barely hold on to his title.
Yet with the last two races in which Jenson truly had to prove himself he did just so with the Brazilian GP Sunday afternoon (October 18th) rising from the 14th pole position and finishing 5th to ensure him his first ever GRAND PRIX DRIVERS TITLE at the young age of 29. This also mark only the second time in nearly 50 years that 2 British drivers (Lewis Hamilton 2008, Jenson Button 2009) win back to back World titles. The last time it happened was in 1968 when Graham Hill won and in 1969 Jackie Stewart taking it.
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