JENSON BUTTON'S former motorhome is on sale at a bargain £85,000.
Dubbed "The Icon", the Newel motorhome was originally owned by Formula 1 legend Jacques Villeneuve.
It was designed and built specifically for the Canadian in 1998, a year after he had won the Formula 1 world championship.
Upon its launch, The Icon became the first motorhome to be worth more than $1million (£800,000).
It later came into Button's possession, with F1 drivers often staying in luxurious motorhomes during busy portions of the season.
Despite its old $1m valuation, one lucky F1 superfan could now grab it on Autotrader for £85k – nearly a tenth of its former value.
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The cosy red motorhome can sleep up to four people and comes fully air conditioned.
It also features central and underfloor heating for those cold winter months.
For when it's a little warmer, The Icon comes with a fully furnished patio for outdoor seating.
While inside, its owner can grab some shut-eye in a zebra-print double bed.
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The 500 square foot motorhome has a kitchen area including a microwave and fridge-freezer – as well as a dining table.
While the living area possesses a 42-inch plasma TV.
Despite having been built in 1998, it is now fully kitted out with wifi.
And its owner can pack plenty of clothes, as there is a walk-in wardrobe onboard.
They won't have to stop off at the dry cleaners either, as there is a washing machine and tumble dryer fitted.
And obviously there is also a bathroom onboard.
Button, 43, retired from Formula 1 in 2017 – having won the world championship in 2009.
He returned to racing earlier this year, cutting his teeth in Nascar.
The former F1 champ has raced three times in Nascar, including earlier this month in Indianapolis.
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