Stan Walker, I didn’t mean to nearly run you down.
Jenson Button is celebrating his first world championship and already looking forward to repeating his triumph with the Brawn GP team next season.
Jenson Button has won the 2009 Formula One drivers championship after finishing fifth at the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos. The 29-year-old Briton finished ahead of both his championship rivals Rubens Barrichello and Sebastian Vettel giving him an unassailable lead in the championship with just one race remaining.
Rubens Barrichello boosted his chances of overhauling Brawn teammate Jenson Button and winning his first world title by claiming pole position for his home Brazilian Grand Prix in treacherous conditions on Saturday.
Spanish police arrested a well-known Basque politician linked to the armed Basque separatist group ETA on Tuesday, along with nine suspected collaborators, the Interior Ministry said in a statement.
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel kept alive his faint hopes of winning this year’s Formula One world title with a convincing success in Sunday’s Japan Grand Prix at Suzuka. The 22-year-old German cruised to victory from pole position, his third of the season and fourth of his career
Lewis Hamilton led from start to finish to win the Singapore Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
It was the Brawn team’s fourth one-two finish of the 2009 season.
Juventus moved three points clear at the top of Italy’s Serie A with a 2-0 victory at Lazio on Saturday, while AC Milan’s poor start to the season continued with a 0-0 draw at Livorno. Turin giants Juve registered a third successive victory to be on a perfect nine points, while Lazio dropped their first points to be fourth on goal difference behind Sampdoria and Genoa, who play on Sunday.