By Fehintola Betiku
Last year Jenson Button proved victorious when he won the Australian Grand Prix.
And as Button, 33, hopes for the same outcome on Sunday’s race, his girlfriend Jessica Michibata was on hand to spur him on.
Pictured arriving at the Albert Park circuit in Melbourne on Saturday, the 28-year-old model flashed her winning smile as she made her way to Button’s quarter.
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Ready to cheer her man on: Jessica Michibata arrived at the Albert Park circuit in Melbourne on Saturday in support of her boyfriend Jenson Button
Ready to race: Button, 33, has won the Australian Grand Prix three times in four the last four years
Showcasing her flawless complexion, Jessica enjoyed a make-up free day as she smiled at waiting photographers at the qualifying event.
Wearing her hair down in loose curls styled in a centre parting, Michibata appeared keen to watch the races only to find out on arrival that they had been cancelled.
Following heavy rainfall and wind stewards at the sporting occasion decided to postpone the trials until Sunday morning.
Disappointed, Jessica tweeted: ‘Wow no more quali today. Suspended to tomorrow morning! :0′
Regardless of the setback, the half Argentine half Japanese stunner remained in high spirits by ‘drinking tea’, ‘chatting’ and ‘twittering’.
And the award for best supporting girlfriend… Jessica was in good spirits as she hopped out of her car
Flawless: The 28-year-old wore a powder blue shirt with a pair of jeans and black pumps
Dressed down for the annual motor race, Jessica slipped her slender frame into a pair of fitted jeans and a powder blue shirt.
Finishing her look with a white Prada handbag and black pumps, Michibata was seen clutching onto a blue knitted cardigan and her laptop as she hopped out of her car.
In a recent interview with Esquire, Jessica revealed how she keeps herself in great shape.
She said: ‘I work out, like almost every day. I go to the gym, I do yoga. Oh, and triathlons!’
In fact, Jessica is such a fan of working out that she regularly competes in triathlons and fitness competitions alongside her racing driver beau.
‘Wow no more quali today’: Jessica tweeted her disappointment regarding the stewards at the annual sporting event’s decision to postpone trials due to heavy rainfall and wind
‘Drinking tea, chatting or twittering’: Despite the setback Michibata managed to find ways to entertain herself
Jessica first met Jenson in 2008 in a hotel bar in Tokyo and originally perceived him to be something of a womanizer, turning him down when he first asked her out.
Eight months later she finally gave in to his pursuits and the pair started dating.
But it wasn’t until Jenson became Formula One World Champion in Brazil in 2009 that Jessica realised just how strong his love for her was, when he dedicated his win to her, live on television.
The pair split in 2011, but spoke constantly during their time apart and decided to give their relationship another go six months later.
Beautiful: Jessica and Jenson first met in 2008 and recently reconciled following their split in 2011