Button Wants Stylish Closure of 2009 Championship

Although he has already secured his first world championship of career in Formula One, that isn't to mean Jenson Button will come to Abu Dhabi this weekend only for sightseeing. The 29-year old Brit has finally escaped the pressure of coming to the finish line in 1st place and will now tackle the race at Yas Marina circuit with the sole thought of having fun.

Not having to think of the implications of your actions on track often leads to some exciting races, and that's exactly what Button has planned for the season finale. The world champion will therefore try to make a world champion appearance in the last show of 2009, especially since it will happen in the most modern tracks in the history of the sport.

Just the fact that all that could have been won in 2009 is no longer up for grabs means all racers will give it their all to score a good result. No more team orders, no more careful driving, but only full-speed racing and pushing for the win.

It's a fantastic feeling to be going into the final race having achieved my ambition of winning the drivers' championship and with the team having wrapped up the constructors' championship in Brazil,” said Button.

It's always fun to try a new race track, particularly one which looks as unique as Yas Marina with the unusual pitlane exit and the day/night race. I'm sure Abu Dhabi is going to host an exciting weekend and a great finale to the 2009 Formula 1 season,” added Button.

The race at Abu Dhabi has already been announced “sold out” since last week, this piece of information adding to the excitement of one of the most awaited grand prix in the modern history of F1.
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