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Button to defend Super GT title with Honda

Jenson Button and Naoki Yamamoto will reunite to defend their Super GT title with Team Kunimitsu Honda for 2019, as Honda Racing confirms its full racing programme for the new year. Button secured his first title since winning the 2009 Formula 1 world championship when he teamed up with Yamamoto to claim last year’s Super GT title with Honda backing. The pair return to action in 2019 with an unchanged team aiming to retain their Super GT crown. 5774263478001 CrashTV:  The British driver will dovetail his Super GT racing commitments with his new Sky Sports F1 pundit role in 2019. Yamamoto, one of the standout drivers across the globe in 2018, will also defend his Super Formula title...
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