Button and Brawn celebrate (Pictures)

Those eyes have a familiar look...
Those eyes have a familiar look...

When Jenson Button broke his Grand Prix victory duck at the Hungaroring three years ago one picture captured the moment: the wide-eyed stare beaming out out from inside his crash helmet.

That famous photo had aits sequel yesterday as Button climbed from the cockpit of his BGP001 and tried to come to terms with the fact that he’d just won the world championship. Here’s some more pictures of the celebrations that followed for him and new constructors’ champions Brawn.

2009 Brazilian Grand Prix

24 comments on “Button and Brawn celebrate (Pictures)”

  1. great pictures………ross breaking down when being interviewed after the race was the moment for me…..you can keep all this alonso to ferrari kimi to mclaren stuff etc etc this guy is the real f1 genius.

  2. Great pictures – a great moment for a great team – and Yes Ross Brawn crying – never expected that one – cant remeber him being so emotional with his ferrari wins – and remebering the people who had to go as well, so the team would survive for this day!!

  3. utter legend Ross Brawn a man who broke down in tears with pure happiness, possibly the best ending to a Formula 1 season IMO. should make a movie of this season even though it didnt end with a 1 point gap.

    Congratulations to Jenson Button you prooved me wrong i never thought you would be a world champion “ever” and you shut up a load of haters good for you. Hopefully you will defend your title better then lewis did this year and show your good enough to compete with the best.

    Enjoy Abu Dhabi and I cant wait to see you race for real again on March 14th at Bahrain with the Number “1” on your car.

    “Proud to be british” and thats a world first for me.

  4. Well done to Button, but my heart goes to Ross Brawn the genius. The smartest individual in the entire F1 community, and im happy to say that with cinfidence. He deserves to have his own name on an F1 team and to go in the history. I hope Brawn continues to perform next year and Ross continues his involvement for many years to come.

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