Race
  Pos Driver Team Laps Pits
1 Vettel GER Red Bull 61 3
2 Button FL GBR McLaren 61 3
3 Webber AUS Red Bull 61 3
4 Alonso ESP Ferrari 61 3
5 Hamilton GBR McLaren 61 5
6 di Resta GBR Force India 61 2
7 Rosberg GER Mercedes 60 3
8 Sutil GER Force India 60 2
9 Massa BRA Ferrari 60 4
10 Perez MEX Sauber 60 2
11 Maldonado VEN Williams 60 3
12 Buemi SUI Toro Rosso 60 3
13 Barrichello BRA Williams 60 2
14 Kobayashi JPN Sauber 59 4
15 Senna BRA Renault 59 4
16 Kovalainen FIN Team Lotus 59 3
17 Petrov RUS Renault 59 3
18 d'Ambrosio BEL Virgin 59 2
19 Ricciardo AUS HRT 57 3
20 Liuzzi ITA HRT 57 4
Retirement
accident Alguersuari ESP Toro Rosso 56 3
gearbox Trulli ITA Team Lotus 47 3
accident Schumacher GER Mercedes 28 2
accident Glock GER Virgin 9 0

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Lap 61

Vettel gives his customary one finger salute (not the rude one) to the crowd of photographers and mechanics surrounding parc ferme.

Vettel, Button, Webber, Alonso, Hamilton and di Resta were the only drivers to finish on the lead lap.

Christian Horner tells Vettel he is one point away from winning the title.

But Button isn't close enough to put pressure on Vettel on this final lap.

Vettel is having a very busy final lap trying to pass the traffic ahead of him but looks set to cross the line comfortably ahead.

He crosses the line by 1.7s to Button - closer than it looked - to win but does not take the championship - that will have to wait for another race day.

Lap 60

The gap increases to 5.6s after that traffic. Two laps remain.

Alguersuari has hit the barriers under the stadium at turn 18. He lost the rear and slammed against the barrier.

Vettel is coming up to lap four cars of traffic including Massa who has just past Perez for ninth.

Lap 59

Button has the gap to 3.7s now but he has three cars' worth of traffic between him and Vettel. Button got baulked by a battle between the two Williams but is now clear of the traffic. It cost him 1.9s to Vettel in sector two.

Lap 58

Button now has the gap to 6.5 seconds with four laps remaining. Can he smell blood? He was 1.4s faster on that last lap and Vettel has now hit traffic. McLaren tell Button that this is his chance.

Lap 57

Button is still pushing hard as Vettel continues to ease up. The gap is now 7.9s. Webber is now 18.4 seconds off Button.

Sutil and Perez are also closing on Rosberg for seventh place.

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