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Jenson Button‘s wild card during the 2017 surely was one for the ages. The former F1 World Champion sat behind the wheel for McLaren at the historic Monaco venue, chiming in for Fernando Alonso‘s American dream at the Indy 500.

Not only he scored possibly the best team radio of the season, but he also managed to flip Pascal Wehrlein’s Sauber into the barriers at Portier.

Luckily the german left unharmed, but he had to wait a good 5 minutes before returning to standard compass


Emanuele Venturoli
Emanuele Venturoli
A graduate in Public, Social and Political Communication from the University of Bologna, he has always been passionate about marketing, design and sport. Even before finishing his studies, he started working in sports marketing and discovered the importance of everything outside the playing field. Since 2012 he has been with RTR Sports, where he is now Head of Communication and Marketing Officer for projects related to Formula 1, MotoGP and the best of other two- and four-wheel motor sports.
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