British former Formula One driver, Jenson Button, is a legend within the sport. His list of F1 victories could span the length of Silverstone, making Jenson a sports speaker in a million. His early success in the British Formula Ford Championship inspired invaluable skills, including persistence, peak performance and mental resilience. Audiences flock to hear Jenson's stories straight from the track.
As the son of former Rallycross driver, John Button, Jenson was born into greatness. Despite failing his first driving test, this exceptional driver's karting skill established him as a formidable sporting force. At the age of nine, Jenson secured first victory - the 1989 British Super Prix. From there, he soared past the competition to achieve 34 victories at the 1991 British Cadet Kart Championship, winning every single race. Jenson then became the youngest driver ever to win the European Super A Championship in 1997.
In 2000, after beating Bruno Junqueira to the seat, Jenson was signed with Williams - his first Formula One opportunity. In that moment, aged just 19, he became Britain's youngest ever Formula One driver. For the next 17 years, Jenson took the track by storm. He drove with Williams, Benetton, Renault, McLaren and more, winning 15 times and dominating the 2009 Championship. Over the course of 50 podiums, he earned 1,235 points.
As a sports speaker, there are few with the experience, passion and determination as Jenson. His time on the track has shaped him as a person, forcing him into the limelight - in his speeches, he touches upon his journey to success. From peak performance to mental resilience, Jenson's range of topics benefits both corporate and public audiences alike. He continues to make waves on track, his recent performance being on the 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans. A truly insightful character, Jenson's presentations are ideal for after dinner events, providing entertaining stories for captivated guests.