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Lewis Hamilton And Jenson Button Launch Decade For Road Safety Without Irony

WHO better than Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button to join Prime Minister David Cameron on the steps of 10 Downing Street in London to launch the Decade for Road Safety campaign? No-one.

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Posted: 11th, May 2011 | In: Sports | Comment


Bernie Ecclestone On ‘Soft And Simple’ Jenson Button: Caption Contest

BERNIE Ecclestone must have wished he had been a little more considerate of Jenson Button’s mugging scare in Brazil after this:

“They look for victims, they look for anyone that looks like a soft touch and not too bright. The people that look a bit soft and simple, they will always have a go at.”

Armed villains avoid people who look like action figures…

Your captions please…

spotter: Yampster

Posted: 26th, November 2010 | In: Sports | Comments (3)


Jenson Button And Vernon Kay Photos Moisten Challenger World London Triathlon

F1 World Champion Jenson Button did not win the Challenger World London Triathlon. Tall TV streak of water Vernon Kay did not win the swim, cycle and run extravaganza. The bankers, CEOs, consultants and lawyers who make up 45 % of the 13,000 agonists did not win it either.

Australia’s Courtney Atkinson and Helen Jenkins of Britain won the London Triathlon – a 1,500-meter swim, a 40-kilometer bike ride and a 10-kilometer run. Button talked of suffering the after effects of a bout of tonsillitis. Kay fell into the bosom of his celebrity wife Tess Daly. And none of the lawyers were eaten by other sharks…

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Vernon Kay competes in the London Triathlon at the Excel Centre, London.

Posted: 8th, August 2010 | In: Sports | Comment


Gordon Brown Salutes Motor Racing Ahead Of Climate Summit

AS Gordon Brown prepares to fly off is a big clockwork airplane to Copenhagen to talk about climate change and how man is killing the planet with burning fossil fuels he took time out to meet Formula One World Champion Jenson Button and present him with the Richard Seaman Trophy. It’s the British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC) Annual Awards in London. Says Gordon Brown:

“With only days to go before Copenhagen we mustn’t be distracted by the behind-the-times, anti-science, flat-earth climate sceptics. We know the science. We know what we must do.”

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Posted: 7th, December 2009 | In: Politicians | Comment


Jenson Button Introduces The Door Stretcher And The Austrian Mulleteer

IN our sports round-up we introduce the door strecher, manager Dragan Stojkovic’s goal from the half-way line, golfing for idiots, what gymnastics is a contact sport, mulleteer Toni Polster and the legend that would be Jenson Button…

Dragan Stojkovic from the half-way line:

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Posted: 24th, October 2009 | In: Sports | Comment


Jenson Button burns buttock in Bahrain GP victory

buttonbranson_blogJENSON Button scorched to victory in Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, stretching his lead at the top of the F1 drivers’ championship to 12 points. Button’s Brawn GP team-mate, Rubens Barrichello, lies second in the table.

Button’s fautless win came at a cost though…

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Posted: 27th, April 2009 | In: Sports | Comments (2)


Top Six F1 WAGs

NOW that the F1 season is up and running, it’s time to take a closer look at the formula’s top WAGs (click on images to enlarge)…

1. Isabell Reis (Timo Glock)
The 27-year-old German, who drives for Toyota, may not be a star driver – yet – but he has still managed to bag himself a ridiculously good-looking model.

Posted: 30th, March 2009 | In: Key Posts, Sports | Comments (3)


Jenson Button wins Australian Grand Prix!

IF you’d have told Anorak a month or two ago that a British driver would win the 2009 Aussie GP, we’d have said “Yes, Lewis Hamilton has a great chance, dummy.”

If you’d have told us, “No, we mean Jenson Button!” Anorak would have laughed until our sides split.

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Posted: 29th, March 2009 | In: Sports | Comments (2)