Button reported to have taken tour of McLaren headquarters
Saturday 14 November 2009
Jenson Button's future remains in doubt with reports the 2009 Formula One world champion went on a tour of McLaren's factory in Woking yesterday.
Button and his manager Richard Goddard were reportedly shown around the facility by McLaren principal Martin Whitmarsh.
Button, who has stalled on signing a new deal with the Brawn GP team, could yet link up with Lewis Hamilton at McLaren. A spokesman for McLaren told The Guardian: "Having just arrived at Heathrow, Jenson made a small detour to Woking to say hello."
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