Red Bull Racing's Mark Webber came through to take the victory at the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday, while Jenson Button did enough to secure the 2009 F1 drivers' title by finishing in fifth.
Webber eventually finished 7.6 seconds up on Robert Kubica's BMW Sauber with Lewis Hamilton taking the final spot on the podium for McLaren.
Sebastian Vettel was fourth after storming back up the field, with Button a fighting fifth, something that gives him enough points to sow things up with one race still to go in two weeks time.
Kimi Raikkonen rounded out the top six, with Sebastien Buemi seventh and Rubens Barrichello eighth after a puncture late on dropped him down from P4.
For the record, Brawn GP's 5-8 finish was also enough for Ross Brawn's team to take the honours in the constructors' championship.
Full report and result to follow soon...