Jenson Button joins Williams Formula 1 team in senior adviser role

The move takes Button back to the team that gave him his Formula 1 debut in 2000, before he went on to become 2009 world champion and win 15 grands prix. Button, 40, said Williams’ role in his career and the “history and heritage” meant they were “close to my heart”. He said: “I am going to do my part to help the team back to the front. “Jenson has always been a friend of the team and so it is great to welcome him back into the Williams family. Williams said Button would “provide advice and guidance to the team at Grove, along with helping support and develop both race and academy drivers” and would “attend a number of grands prix” with the team.

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