Jenson Button Net Worth is $150 Million (as of 2020)
It has been stated that the overall amount of Jenson Button net worth reaches a size of 105 million dollars. In addition to his high net worth, it has also been stated that his annual salary reaches as high as 16.5 million dollars. Jenson Button has become famous because of his career as a race car driver. As such, he has become an internationally known racer when he joined Formula One. The race car driver was born in England in 1980. His latest team in which he raced in Formula One has been McLaren.
|Net Worth:||$150 Million|
|Age:||40 years old|
|Height:||5 ft 11 in (1.822 m)|
|Date of birth:||Jan 19, 1980|
|Occupation:||Race car driver|
When he was 8 years old, Jenson Button started racing in karts. He became a success immediately and later he joined the British Formula Ford Championship, in addition to also competing in the British Formula Three Championship. In 2000, he started racing in Formula One where his first team was Williams F1. Since that time, he has achieved a lot in Formula One and this career has also added up to the total size of Jenson Button net worth.
In the season of 2001 Jenson Button was racing for Benetton. In 2002 this team changed its name into Renault. In the season of 2003, Jenson Button joined another team – BAR. In 2004, Jenson Button got more attention and recognition when he came in the third place in the World Drivers’ Championship. In 2006, Jenson Button became a winner of his first Grand Prix, which was held in Hungary. He achieved this after he raced in 113 races.
In 2009 he became even more successful when he became a winner of the World Drivers’ Championship. This winning also made Brawn GP secured at the World Constructors’ Championship. Therefore, with such winnings, the racer also got a lot of prize money, which has added up to the overall estimate of Jenson Button net worth. In 2010 he switched teams again when he started racing for McLaren, where his teammate became another British racer, Lewis Hamilton. In 2010, Jenson Button ended the season with coming in the fifth place.
In the following season, Jenson Button became a runner-up in the overall championship. In 2012, Jenson Button became the first racer in the pole for his team in Belgium Grand Prix. Thus, these winnings also made him richer as they resulted into big prize money which added up to the total amount of Jenson Button net worth, too.