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Sunday, 27 September 2009
SINGAPORE (AP) McLaren's Lewis Hamilton won the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday, while Brawn GP driver Jenson Button extended his Formula One championship lead by one point.

Hamilton started from pole Sunday and protected his lead to finish 9.6 seconds ahead of Timo Glock, who equaled Toyota's best ever race result by finishing second. Fernando Alonso provided some good news for scandal-hit Renault by finishing third for the team's first podium finish of the season.

(AP Photo/Mark Baker)

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel finished fourth after his race was ruined by a pit lane speeding penalty. Button, who had qualified in 12th, was fifth, one place ahead of teammate and championship rival Rubens Barrichello. Button leads the championship by 15 points ahead of Barrichello with three races to go.

"There was a recovery for us, it looked pretty grim yesterday afternoon (after qualifying)," Brawn GP team principal Ross Brawn said.

"Our main competitors have not made progress today."

Red Bull's Mark Webber exited on lap 45 after a brake failure that sent him spinning off the track. That officially put paid to the Australian's slim championship hopes. Webber had been running in fourth in the early part of the race.

"It's disappointing because it should have been an easy second today," Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said.

"Its a shame because (Vettel) drove a really good race and it was a great recovery to finish in fourth."

McLaren's Heikki Kovalainen was seventh and BMW Sauber's Robert Kubica was eighth.

Hamilton's only headache came early in the race when his KERS power-boost system failed, but after a few laps without it, the problem was soon rectified.

"The race as pretty straightforward for me," Hamilton said.

"I was never really under serious pressure. When Vettel was behind me I knew I was five laps longer (fueled) and I just had to keep him behind."

Williams driver Nico Rosberg was running second through the first stint of the race, but crossed the pit-lane exit lane on his way out after his first stop, and had to serve a drive-through penalty that cost him a chance of any points. He finished 11th.

(SI.com)

 
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