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Jenson Button to appear at Bluewater to sign copies of autobiography Life to the Limit

PUBLISHED: 13:21 02 October 2017

Jenson Button. Pic: Ryan Bayona

Jenson Button. Pic: Ryan Bayona

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Rare chance to meet the superstar race ace and former F1 champion

Formula 1 superstar Jenson Button will meet fans and sign copies of his new book at Bluewater later this month.

The British racer, who won the world title in 2009, will be signing copies of his autobiography - Life to the Limit - on October 21 at 1pm.

Having raced in more than 300 grand prix, Button is currently on a sabbatical from the sport that turned him into such a well known figure. He has the option to return next season.

Outside of racing in March 2010 he set up the Jenson Button Trust for his fundraising activities which includes the Jenson Button Triathlon which has raised money for Help For Heroes, Cancer Research and now Barnardo’s.

The event is free to attend, but fans are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment. Only those with a copy of the book will be able to meet the sportsman.

His book looks at his many years in the sport.

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