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SAO PAULO - Briton Jenson Button was crowned drivers world champion yesterday when he finished fifth in an incident-filled Brazilian Grand Prix won in the end by Australian Mark Webber.
Button, who has led the championship all season after winning the opening Australian Grand Prix in March, had started 14th on the grid, but drove with courage and determination to achieve his goal and send the Brawn GP team into wild celebration.
"We are the champions," Button sang from his cockpit after crossing the finish line and capturing the title with one race to spare.
His success also ensured that the Brawn team, created out of the ashes of the Honda team, also clinched the constructors' championship.
Webber, in a Red Bull, won comfortably ahead of Pole Robert Kubica in a BMW Sauber and outgoing champion Briton Lewis Hamilton in a McLaren Mercedes. - Sapa-AFP