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    The lavish tour bus, previously used by former F1 World Champion Jenson Button and Jacques Villeneuve, has been transformed into luxury getaway motor home that costs from $12,000 per night. It claims to be the first million-dollar motor home to be and was built by U.S.-based company Newell.
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    This wheely hits all Buttons! Holidaymakers are in the race to clinch a ride in Formula 1 ace Jenson Buttons former motorhome.
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    The former tour bus reaches speeds of 100 mph, not surprising considering its three former owners were all Formula 1 racers. But given the expensive price tag, holiday goers will likely want to take their time in their travels to enjoy the amenities on offer.
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  • See Inside the Luxury Motorhome

    The 500-square foot motor home sleeps four. It has a 42-inch plasma TV in the lounge and an additional 20-inch LCD TV in the master bedroom.
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    Guests are greeted by champagne when they arrive in their home-away-from home. Cheers to a luxury vacation! There's also a full kitchen with stove, microwave, dining area and granite floors.
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    There is also a personal team of waiters to cater to your every whim on pit stops. The waiters are available 24 hours per day.
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    The master bedroom includes a dressing table and walk-in closet. Two additional guests sleep on the fold out bed.
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