Jenson Button is a British racing driver and former Formula One driver. Button won the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship, driving for Brawn GP. He currently competes in the Japanese Super GT Series driving for Team Kunimitsu, in which he won the title in 2018.
He first drove in Formula One with Williams for the 2000 season. The next year, he switched to Benetton, which then came to be known as Renault in 2002. For 2003, he then shifted to British American Racing, and in 2004, finished third in the World Driver's Championship, with the two Ferrari's ahead of him. For the 2006 season, British American Racing was then renamed to Honda, during which he won his first F1 race at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
In the 2009 season, he went on to win a record-tying six of the first seven races, securing the World Driver's Championship during the Brazilian Grand Prix, having led on points all season. Brawn GP was also helped by his success as they secured the World Driver's Championship.
For the 2010 season, he partnered with Lewis Hamilton, while they drove for McLaren. After finishing 5th for the team, he finished the 2011 season as a runner-up.
In 2014, he spent his fifth season with McLaren, and his 15th in F1. He continued to race for the team till 2016, after which he stepped back from full-time racing to take on an ambassadorial and reserve driver role.
Jenson Button's Net Worth Salary and Endorsements
Although, in 2017, he returned for an appearance at the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix, in place of Fernando Alonso, which elevated him to a joint second with Michael Schumacher in the list of all-time F1 starts.
Jenson Button's net worth is estimated to be around $150 million.
He primarily resides in Monaco, but also owns properties in the UK and Bahrain. He owns several cars such as, a Nissan GT-R, a 1956 VW Campervan, a Honda S600 and a Mercedes C63 AMG, a McLaren 675LT Spider, McLaren P1, numerous Ferraris and his championship winning Brawn BGP 001. He previously owned a Honda NSX Type R and a Bugatti Veyron.
He also owns a 72 foot yacht, moored in Monte Carlo.
Source of Wealth
F1 Racing, Japanese Super GT Series
McLaren P1, McLaren 12C, McLaren 675LT Spider, Ford GT, 1956 VW Campervan, 1957 Chevrolet Corvette, Ferrari 275 GTs, Ferrari F430, Ferrari 355, Ferrari 360, Ferrari 550 Maranello, Ferrari F40, Mercedes Benz,
One 72 foot yacht, moored in Monte Carlo
In the UK and Bahrain
Married to Brittny Ward (formerly married to Jessica Michibata, and was also engaged to Louise Griffiths)