Brawn GP driver puts his Bugatti Veyron up for sale again after clinching title

Formula One world championship leader Jenson Button has put his Bugatti Veyron up for sale again. The asking price is £899,995.

The all-black 2008 Veyron has just 1500 miles on the odometer and its 253mph top speed is 33mph faster than Button’s Brawn GP F1 car.

It was put up for sale earlier this year but there were no buyers. Now, following his world title success, Button has put the car up for sale again.

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Button is a lover of high-performance cars and currently has a Mercedes CLK DTM AMG, Ferrari Enzo, Audi RS6 Avant, BMW M5 and a Mercedes C63 AMG in his garage.

In the past, the Briton has owned cars including a Ferrari F430 Spider, Ferrari 360, Ferrari 550 Maranello, Ford GT and a Porsche Carrera GT.

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13 August 2009

Well, that's monster isn't a proper 'high-performance car'.

13 August 2009

I suppose Jenson has to make up for the voluntary pay cut he took, racing for Brawn.

13 August 2009

[quote Saimmias]Well, that's monster isn't a proper 'high-performance car'.[/quote]

So what would you car a proper high performance car?

13 August 2009

why???? maybe hes not used to driving at huge speeds

13 August 2009

[quote Autocar]and its 253mph top speed is 33mph faster than Button’s Brawn GP F1 car.

But would STILL be beaten on British B roads by a lime green RS Focus.

13 August 2009


just shows power isnt everything :)

14 August 2009

I bet it would be beaten on a B road by any sales rep in any Ford Focus!

Trouble is with these lovely cars, you can't easily use their performance on the road.

When was the last time you saw a supercar "going for it"?

They become expensive toys.

14 August 2009

What kind of dealer sells classic Minis and Bugatti Veyron's??

14 August 2009

He is selling because;

a) It is rubbish,


b) because he spilt a pint of milk in it and it gets a bit whiffy in the warm...but no-one will tell you that.

14 August 2009

[quote oilman217]I bet it would be beaten on a B road by any sales rep in any Ford Focus![/quote]

and they in turn would be "smoked" by any white fiat doblo or citroen berlingo van.


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