Button And Brawn Celebrate Double Titles

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Jenson Button and his team ensure the GP Brawn as a champion this season, although there is still another lap race, after the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday night which won the drivers of the team Red Bull, Mark Webber of Australia.

Button was in fifth place and a British driver to win the race 10th, while his nearest rival Rubens Barrichello suffer because of the tires and broke ranks only eighth in the race in front of supporters, when he started the race in pole position.

Champion Button
Meanwhile, Barrichello hopes his degree had gone out earlier, no one can stop the Brawn - Honda's former team survived last March graffiti - took the title in the drivers and manufacturers this season.

Button, accompanied by the strains of "We Are The Champions, My Friends," from his team radio as he slowed the vehicle, trying to look up after the rain hit the play-offs that made him start at number 14.

"I am world champion, I won the world ... I'm not going to stop saying that," he said.

"The race was, perhaps, is the best I did during my life," said 29-year-old driver was, "I think this because there are elements of emotion and I have to do that."

While celebrating Webbber second victory of his career, while Brazilian Ferrari driver was injured, Felipe Massa, flying the flag.

"I think he (Button) can sleep well because he was getting results in the last five races," Webber said with a smile, "winning victory with Brawn. He will enjoy the final race in Abu Dhabi."

Red Bull drivers, Sebasian Vettel, 22-year-old boy from Germany who need to keep the champions have a chance to pursue a degree, only able to put himself on the stairs four at a pretty hot race with high humidity at Interlagos.

Button, winner of six races of the seven races earlier this season, now pocketed 89 score 74 points while Webber and Barrichello 72.

"I think there are people in Brawn more excited than me today," said Webber, "On the one hand I pray for rain. There was the smell but the water was not falling-down," he said.

Sebastian Vettel Wins Japanese GP

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Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel firmly won the Japanese GP to keep his slim title hopes alive but championship leader Brawn's Jenson Button stayed in control. Button pounced on an early tangle up ahead to finish in eighth, although a late safety car denied his Brawn team being crowned constructors' champions. The Englishman now leads the title race from team-mate Rubens Barrichello, who came seventh in Japan, by 14 points. Toyota's Jarno Trulli snatched second at Suzuka ahead of Lewis Hamilton.

Vettel led from start to finish after defending his pole position from reigning world champion Hamilton off the start. The young German grabbed 10 points with a stunning drive and now sits 16 points behind single-point scoring Button in the championship with 20 to play for. Ferrari's in-form Kimi Raikkonen finished fourth at the famously demanding figure-of-eight circuit ahead of Williams driver Nico Rosberg with BMW Sauber's Nick Heidfeld in sixth.

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel
Sebastian Vettel Red Bull
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