Jenson Button: Life to the Limit: My Autobiography

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Jenson Button: Life to the Limit: My Autobiography

Jenson Button: Life to the Limit: My Autobiography

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In How to be an F1 Driver, Jenson will take readers behind the wheel and reveal what it is like to be a champion F1 driver.

The memories he tells tugged at my heartstrings and, yes, made me a little sad, but I loved getting to know the character he was. But let’s start at the beginning… The first thing that is apparent is that it was by no accident that Jenson Button ended up being in the position to win the F1 World Championship. Button gives interesting insights into some of the sports most fascinating characters – Flavio Briatorie most of all. It’s still recent enough for F1 fans to relate to many of his stories around the back-end of his F1 career at McLaren but also offers a lot of information about his experiences as a Brawn, Honda, Renault and Williams driver. The engineering behind making the cars and suiting them to the driver's needs, the physics following getting off the accelerator and reaching top speed, why you don't overtake on straights unless you get a good exit from a corner etc.Cserébe viszont a győzelmeinek vagy az érzéseinek a visszhangja szépen kiolvasható, ahogy néhány olyan apróbb momentum, amelyre kevésbé volt felkészülve (pl.

A váratlanul megnyert 2009-es világbajnokság után azt gondoltam, hogy ilyen gyenge világbajnokból sem akadt túl sok, de azóta azért Button megmutatta, hogy össze lehet mérni a legjobbakkal. It's the before I knew nothing of - how much blood, sweat and tears went into getting Jenson where he is today. Life to the limit is well worth reading for anyone who is interested in Formula1, especially if you have followed Jenson Button’s career. Where How To Be An F1 Driver scores is in opening up an understanding just how much work ethic is involved in ever getting established in the elite sport.

Senna was hotheaded, flamboyant and brilliant, but the studious little Frenchman was then and remains to this day one of my favourites.

It's my dad - the many times he saved me, the one moment he doubted me, the hole in my life he left me. Jenson Button has a great sense of humor, and the information and insider's view to the world of elite racing was definitely interesting for me. I have been a fan of Jenson since I was a kid who just liked his funny name, and followed his F1 career, so it was nice to see the story from his point of view. The chapter with him talking about his dad's death was truly heartwarming and brought tears to my eyes. It’s the pressure I struggled with as I closed in on my World Championship in 2009, it’s the calm I felt every time I settled into the cockpit.The chapters are short and snappy – which I LOVE – it’s straight to the point, funny, sad and refreshing. It's the pressure I struggled with as I closed in on my World Championship in 2009, it's the calm I felt every time I settled into the cockpit.

Jenson’s World Championship victory for the unsponsored and unfancied Brawn GP team is one of the most extraordinary against-the-odds sports stories of the century. Jenson is a charismatic and likeable character and he does a good job of explaining things in an F1 for Dummies kinda way.

Material on this site includes photos of books and selected photographs for the purposes of comment, review and critique as permitted by applicable copyright laws. I learnt a shit ton of new things like the fact that Lewis Hamilton won a championship off one of Jenson's dad's engines and that Jenson was temporary teammates with Max Verstappen's mother. The first four of her criteria might be moot, but certainly not the last: I admit I never earned tens of millions of dollars by hopping in a car and driving it fast. Można wręcz pomyśleć, że dla kierowców kolejne wyścigi, choćby nie wiem jak szalone, są po prostu następnym punktem w kalendarzu, który tylko pobieżnie zapisuje się w pamięci. It begins with Button’s karting days, when he and his dad would travel the length of the UK competing.

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