People don’t are inclined to ask me what I wish to be once I develop up lately. Properly, not until they’re being sarcastic. In the event that they did, I might have a solution: a retired racing driver.
Not a racing driver, you perceive; it’s a stomach-twistingly pressured existence that no quantity of adoration and money by the kilogram can absolutely allay. A retired one, although? The stresses evaporate, the achievements may be savoured and the fruits loved. It’s the aspirational existence par excellence.
An ideal instance of that is sitting earlier than me on a sunny morning in Los Angeles. Boyish smile, relaxed manner, straightforward attraction and, save for the Hollywood enamel, as British as self-deprecation.
Monaco, which hosts one of many liveliest races on the grand prix circuit
Somerset-born Jenson Button, 40, had 17 years on the high