Honda's Civic Type R Time Attack 2018 will see Jenson Button and other drivers try to break lap records at European tracks in Honda's newest hot hatch.
Button will be the most experienced driver in the race as he makes his 306th start.
The 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed has come and gone, and as usual, it didn't disappoint. We recap some of the best scenes from this year's event.
Fernando Alonso gets behind the wheel of the McLaren-Honda MP4/4 with which Ayrton Senna won the 1988 World Championship in this promo clip for TAG Heuer.
With three Formula One World Championships between them, you could safely say that Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button are used to going fast. But the pair of McLaren drivers slowed things down a bit to try out the Honda Uni-Cub electric mobility scooter in this brief video clip.
McLaren and Honda are climbing back into the cockpit together for the first time in 23 years with the launch of the MP4-30 for the 2015 Formula One World Championship.
Holiday shoppers get more than they bargained for when F1 driver Jenson Button dispenses some holiday cheer for Santander, sponsor of the McLaren team and the British Grand Prix.
Every year a big game of musical chairs breaks out in the Formula One paddock, as some drivers try to hold on to their seats, some try to grab new ones and others are left without a seat for the following season. McLaren has been extremely reluctant to announce who would be sitting in its carbon-fiber seats next season, but it's finally spilled the beans.
It's no secret that the average Formula One pit crew present a master class in precision and speed. Of course, those talents are only really on display during pit stops, when they're basically just changing tires or making tiny adjustments. Considering this, it's fair to wonder how they'd do in something a bit more... soapy.
UPDATE: Red Bull Racing's Daniel Ricciardo has been disqualified by race officials for breaking Article 5.1.4 of the Formula 1 Technical Regulations. Put more simply, his car consumed too much fuel over the course of the race. Red Bull has appealed the decision, claiming that readings from the fuel flow meters used in the first race of the 2014 F1 season were inconsistent. The text of this report has been changed to reflect this information.
Along with the controversial decision to award double points for the final race of the season, the FIA announced last month that Formula One drivers would be allowed to choose permanent numbers that can be carried over from season to season. Previously, the numbers changed based on finishing position during the previous year.
With the departure of Mark Webber from the Formula One grid, Jenson Button now ranks as one of the oldest drivers in the series. Turning 34 this month, he's mere months younger than Kimi Raikkonen, but has spent more seasons racing in F1 than the elder Finn. As such, Button is nearing the end of his viable time in the sport – but just when will he retire, and what will he do next?