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It has just been announced Jenson button has confirmed he is attending the next JD Classics breakfast morning meet as a guest speaker - The famed breakfast meets are held at the JD Classics 155,000 ft² working site in Maldon Essex, the breakfast events which have now become synonymous with automotive enthusiasts and celebrities alike attract people from far and wide.

The 2009 Formula One world champion will be the guest speaker on Sunday 22nd of October at the JD Classics next breakfast meeting about. Jenson button and Simon Taylor will relive some of his magnificent racing stories on the stage from his 16 year career. The racing driver has driven for Renault, Bar, Honda, Mclaren, Benetton, Williams and Brawn with which whom he won the Formula One World Drivers Championship in 2009, in addition you'll be able see Jenson's famed Grand Prix car which will be on display in the main workshop of the JD Classics site.

In addition during the morning guests will have the chance to walk around the site and witness restoration work being undertaken and see firsthand the engine, paint and metalwork shops as well as be privy to 7 showrooms, displaying an array of collectors cars and motorsport legends, you'll also be able to meet the team of experts, craftsmen and engineers and quiz to your hearts content.

Derek Hood, JD Classics founder, said: “Our breakfast mornings have very quickly made a name for themselves as a magnet for automotive enthusiasts. We love opening the doors to the Maldon site to the public, giving them a behind-the-scenes look at all the amazing work we do here, from our Pebble Beach concours restorations to Monaco Historique-winning racing cars. It’s an absolute privilege to have Jenson Button joining us for our latest event – only Rubens Barrichello has started more races in Formula One, so you can rest assured he’ll have plenty of amazing stories to tell.”

Due to exceptionally high demand for this meeting the only way you can get a ticket to the event is through a ballot. Those wishing to be allocated tickets should call 01621 879579. The ballot closes on Friday 6th October at 15:00. 



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